A San Mateo County resident, who spent time at Google Headquarters earlier this month in one of the Mountain View office buildings, has gotten sick with the measles.
An on-staff doctor with the company reportedly sent out an email to employees to make them aware of the case.
A public health official with Santa Clara County confirmed that a person diagnosed with measles spent time at Google but did not provide any further details.
It’s unclear if the person was an employee of Google or just visiting.
Santa Clara County has four confirmed, unrelated measles cases.
Health officials say there have not been any secondary cases reported, meaning the disease has not spread from one person to another.
There have been over 550 cases across 20 states this year, according to the CDC.
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