US officials track measles exposure at three airports


BOSTON — State health officials are trying to track down travelers who may have been exposed to measles after a passenger who was contagious passed through three major U.S. airports. A woman with a confirmed case of measles traveled from the United Kingdom through Washington Dulles International Airport, Denver International Airport and on to Albuquerque International Airport last week, said Tom Skinner, spokesman for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC has provided state health officials with information about passengers on those flights to begin tracing who may have had contact and if immunizations are current, said Skinner.