Are you freaking kidding me???
Super Bowl Village visitors on Friday may have been exposed to measles
Tuesday night, the state Department of Health confirmed they have requested information from county health departments as part of an investigation into a report that a person who has been diagnosed with measles attended the festivities Friday.
According to the Super Bowl Host Committee, 200,000 people were at Super Bowl Village on Friday. At the free concerts late Friday night, 35,000 people were gathered to see LMFAO’s performance. It is still unclear what time the ill person visited downtown Indianapolis.
Health department officials had originally alerted doctors to two possible cases of the highly-contagious virus on Monday. On Wednesday, the department said there are two confirmed cases of measles in Hamilton County and two probable cases in Boone County.
Two teenage children exposed thousands of people to a highly contagious disease.
State Health Commissioner Dr. Gregory Larkin says the teens developed measles and visited Super Bowl Village in Indianapolis last week. He says they were not vaccinated against the disease.
Party rock is in the HOUUUUUUSE toniiiiiight! Everybodys gonna go home with measles!!!!!