MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — State health officials are trying to figure out how three children in Minnesota got the measles.
The Department of Health says the three children live in Hennepin County and were not vaccinated. Two of them had to be hospitalized.
People who contract the measles typically get a high fever, followed by a rash. It can be deadly and it is highly contagious.
Health officials are trying to figure out who the children may have been in contact with.