PINAL COUNTY, Ariz. - If you've visited any of these locations recently and you haven't received a measles vaccination, contact a health care provider. If you've visited any of these locations and you're experiencing strange symptoms, contact a health care provider right away.
Symptoms usually appear seven to 12 days after exposure but may take up to 21 days. It begins with fever (101 F or higher), red, watery eyes, cough and runny nose and is followed by a rash that is red, raised, and blotchy, says officials with the Arizona Department of Health Services. The rash begins on the face at the hairline and moves down the body and could last up to a week.