Bucks County health officials identify measles cases

    If you recently attended a murder mystery dinner in Lahaska or played a game of blackjack at Parx, you may have been exposed to Bucks County residents with measles.

    Three probable cases have been identified.

    If you were in the following locations at these times, you may have been exposed:

    Saturday night, April 30, at the Murder Mystery Dinner at the Cock and Bull Restaurant in Peddler’s Village, Lahaska
    Saturday, April 30, between the hours of 11 a.m. and noon at the Parx Casino blackjack tables

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    The three cases are in the Council Rock School District, PhillyBurbs reports, and students at those schools have been notified.

    Be on the lookout if you think you may have been exposed and are susceptible to the disease. These probable cases were exposed to French foreign exchange students who returned home before being tested.

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