UC Berkeley has issued an alert, warning the community that a student infected with the measles had attended classes as well as rode public transit at the beginning of April.
According to the alert, which was posted on the University's website, s UC Berkeley student who attended classes during the week of March 31 has been diagnosed with measles. Campus officials have been working with the city to alert anyone who may have been exposed to this student during that time.
The patient is currently in isolation.
So what should you do if you think you've been exposed?
Health officials have said anyone who has been vaccinated or has had the disease is unlikely to catch it, even if they had contact with the infected person. And those who are not vaccinated are likely to catch the disease if they've been in contact with a contagious person.
Back in February, Bay Area health officials alerted the public after they discovered another UC Berkeley student infected with the measles had been riding BART to-and-from-classes for several days before noticing symptoms.
According to the CDC, the symptoms of measles generally begin about 7-14 days after a person is infected. Symptoms include the following:
You can find more updates on the latest case here.