A measles outbreak in southwest Washington continues to grow, and public health officials on Friday released a mounting list of places where people may have been exposed to the disease — including Jan. 11’s Trail Blazers game at the Moda Center.
Eighteen Clark County-area children and one adult have the preventable disease, public health officials have confirmed, and seven more are suspected of having it. Sixteen of the confirmed cases are in people who haven’t been vaccinated.
Officials have released a list of over two dozen places — schools, health care facilities, Portland International Airport and other locations — where people may have been exposed to the disease. Those locations include the Jan. 11 Portland Trail Blazers game at the Moda Center, and the Northeast Portland Costco.