6457358_GCalifornia health officials on Thursday confirmed 13 new measles cases connected to an outbreak at Disney theme parks last month, bringing the total number of illnesses to 39. The new cases of the airborne illness include five in Los Angeles County and one in San Diego County. The San Diego County cases include at least five people who showed up with fevers and rashes Wednesday at the Sharp-Rees-Steely Urgent Care Clinic in the suburb of La Mesa. The clinic was shut down for several hours and dozens of other patients at the clinic were questioned about their medical histories, officials said. Craig Sturak with the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency said Thursday that the public may have been exposed at that clinic and eight other places including drugstores, grocery stores and gyms. More