State health officials announced Friday tests had confirmed two new cases of measles in Arizona.
The new developments brings to 16 the number of confirmed cases linked to an outbreak that started at a private detention facility in Eloy.
Of the 16 cases, 15 are in Pinal County and one is in Maricopa County. There are no new locations where officials said the public may have been exposed due to the new cases.
Previous exposure sites have included Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino, gas stations and several restaurants mostly centered around Casa Grande.
The Arizona Department of Health Services said one of the cases may have exposed the public at the following times and locations:
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