California: UCLA Worries Employee May Have Spread Measles in Campus Food Court

Legal Insurrection:

Why is it that when California comes up these days, we’re always talking about horrible diseases?

The Los Angeles Times reports:

UCLA employee may have spread measles at campus food court

A UCLA employee who contracted measles may have exposed students and others to the highly contagious disease, according to campus officials.

A university employee was diagnosed with measles on Monday. But health officials say he may have infected students when he ate lunch at the Court of Sciences Student Center food court between 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. on July 2 and July 3, according to health officials.

Considered one of the most contagious diseases in the world, measles spreads through coughing and sneezing, but can linger in the air for up to two hours after the sick person leaves the room. more here

12 Comments on California: UCLA Worries Employee May Have Spread Measles in Campus Food Court

  1. In the meantime, make everybody get mandatory shots for everything under the sun. It’s the only way to be sure. Makes an excellent source of vitamin green for the pharma industry.

  2. California should be quarantined to protect the rest of us. Maybe a year to allow all the plagues and diseases to burn themselves out.

  3. The leftists created the conditions that are incubating the next pandemic.
    I doubt it’s just an unintentional bi-product of their typical stupidity given how vicious these people are.

  4. With all the illegal Mexicans bringing their diseases to mingle in the homeless hordes what will the call the next major disease outbreak, the Spanish flue has already been used.

  5. Many missing details, about the “employee”, but there is no sense trying to find them. They won’t be available.

  6. How are you rich white folks and your kids supposed to become naturally immune to hepatitis if you succeed in keeping out our beloved undocumented Americans? You should THANK them for not washing their hands before preparing your food.

  7. When Lazlo visits the local grocery emporium to buy victuals, I take time to rub down the accessible surfaces with the antibacterial wipes provided.
    Some asswipe decided to mock me during this procedure. He said: “What are you afraid of? The plague?”
    I advised him that as an American I was afraid of nothing, but I was cautious around antibiotic resistant tuberculosis from Central America, Diphtheria from Mexico, Ebola from Africa and the generally poor hygiene habits of illegal aliens pouring across the southern border.
    Haven’t had a cold or a flue in five years.
    Or antibiotic resistant tuberculosis either.

  8. I make sure all seals are in tact and I scrub all fruit and vegi’s with soap and water. My wife thinks I’m a fanatic. Easy for her to say, she gets the benefit of my eccentricity.


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