Purdue requires proof of measles immunization from students

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- This comes on the heels of the Indiana Department of Health releasing a report of someone having the measles in Indianapolis at Super Bowl Village.

Purdue University is sending out a warning to its students.

They must show proof of measles immunization, or not be allowed to register for classes.

A spokesperson for the university, said 976 students have not turned in their documentation.

If a measles outbreak were to occur, those students won't be allowed on campus.

They have until March 12th to turn in proof of immunization.

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