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State public health officials on Tuesday identified Samba Steak & Sushi restaurant in Framingham as a second place where the public was exposed to a confirmed case of the measles on Presidents’ Day weekend.
The Department of Public Health warned that people may have been exposed between 5:30 and 9 p.m. at Samba along Route 9 on Saturday, Feb. 15.
A Framingham resident with a confirmed case of the measles ate dinner at the restaurant, Roberto Santamaria, deputy director of the Framingham Health Department, said Tuesday. But Santamaria said the “minimal” exposure was limited to restaurant employees who came into direct contact with the infected individual.
The restaurant is near a Trader Joe’s market that was identified Monday as a location where the public was exposed.