SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — The state’s Department of Public Health is reporting a confirmed case of measles in northern Illinois.

Director Nirav Shah says a visitor from outside the United States became ill last week and tested positive for measles. The person has since recovered and is no longer infectious.

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Shah says the person visited several locations in northern Illinois, including hotels and a Northern Illinois University graduation.

The department is working with health officials in Chicago, DeKalb and Evanston to find anyone who may have had contact with the infected person.

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Shah says a person who may have been exposed and is experiencing a 101 degree temperature or higher, cough, runny nose and red eyes and rash should contact a health care provider for care.

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