The government’s health warning, which is active as of this posting, is for a confirmed case of measles at the track over the weekend, where Valtteri Bottas won the first race of the year over Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton.
The warning said the person with measles might have been in the contagious stage while at the race, and that they visited several areas of the track.
These are the areas listed in the warning, for those who might have also been at the grand prix: Anyone who might have been exposed to measles at the race and is susceptible to the infection, the warning said, could see an onset of symptoms up until April 4.
Measles, a highly infectious disease caused by a virus that often leads to a large, red rash can open a person up to worse, potentially fatal complications, shouldn’t really be a thing anymore.
The health warning in Australia said new measles cases can present themselves with fevers, severe coughs, red eyes and a rash.