” “says Glatt, who also teaches medicine at Mount Sinai Ikan School of Medicine in New York. Last week, the Los Angeles County Department of Health published a list of public places visited by measles-exposed travelers. “This list is really important for people who have not been immunized,” said Dr. Aaron Glatt, president of medicine and epidemiologist at Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital in Oceanside, New York. The non-vaccinated international traveler contracted measles and exposed four residents, health officials said. Another case was confirmed on Friday in northern California, according to Jaylene Richards, a public health information specialist from Solano County. When symptoms show up, health professionals advise you to stay home and call a medical specialist immediately. Health officials are investigating the contacts of a child who has visited two permanent Kaiser health centers in the area. In 2019, according to the CDC, 1,282 measles cases were confirmed in 31 states. 10, 2020 — With five new confirmed cases, measles has returned to the Los Angeles County area. Dr. Aaron Glatt, president of the hospital’s medical department and epidemiologist, Mount Sinai, South Nassau, Oceanside; Professor of Medicine, Ikan School of Medicine, Mount Sinai, New York.