The number of measles cases stemming from an outbreak at a private detention center has increased to 11 confirmed cases. State health officials announced the potential exposure area has been expanded; they said some of the people with measles may have exposed others within Maricopa and Pinal counties.

Officials first announced the outbreak at an Eloy facility on Thursday along with the first two confirmed cases, bringing Saturday’s total to ten, but on Monday they increased the total to 11. Officials say the newly identified public exposure includes the following: FULL REPORT