Two new measles cases reported in Arizona

PHOENIX (AP) -- Arizona health officials have confirmed two new measles cases connected to an outbreak at a Pinal County detention facility.

The Arizona Department of Health Services said Saturday that there are now 22 cases statewide, including one in Maricopa County.

According to officials, 21 cases are patients connected to a private detention facility in Eloy.

The cases include detainees and staff workers.

All are receiving treatment.

Health officials have identified several locations in Coolidge and times when someone could have potentially been exposed.

They include a Circle K, Safeway, Walmart and Dollar Tree between June 22 and June 26, anywhere from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The first two cases of the highly contagious virus were reported on May 26.