Clark County Public Health is investigating a case of measles in a child who traveled to Clark County from outside the country in late December. The case is confirmed, and the child’s immunization status is unverified, according to a Public Health news release. Public Health reported the child was between 1 and 10 years old but declined to give their exact age or where they traveled from to help protect the child’s identity.People who visited the clinic and waiting area from noon to 5:30 p.m. Dec. 31 at PeaceHealth Urgent Care, 3400 Main St., Vancouver, might have been exposed to measles.Public Health advises that anyone who has been exposed to measles or believes they have symptoms to contact their health care provider before visiting a medical office in person. That approach helps avoid exposing others. Public Health is working with the clinic to identify visitors during that time who might have been exposed as part of their investigation.