Health officials warn of possible measles exposure at Oakland County restaurant

Contagious customer visited Lucas Coney Island on Sept. 29

SOUTH LYON, Mich. – The Oakland County Health Division is warning customers and workers about a possible measles exposure at a restaurant in South Lyon.

Health officials said a non-Oakland County resident who was contagious but without symptoms visited Lucas Coney Island between 11 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Sept. 29.

Lucas Coney Island is located at 22689 Pontiac Trail.

Customers who visited the restaurant during that timeframe and weren't vaccinated should call a doctor if they have any symptoms of measles, health officials said.

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Officials said no post-exposure prophylaxis is recommended, since the window for prevention has passed.

Individuals considered immune to measles:

  • People who have doses of Measles, Mumps, Rubella vaccines after their first birthday.
  • People who were born prior to 1957.
  • People with lab evidence of immunity

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Click here to visit the Oakland County Health Division's measles fact sheet.

Click here for the CDC's measles website.