As part of the measles outbreak and public health scare, 14 children have been quarantined in Santa Monica, California. They were all attending the same day care center.
A baby at the day care was confirmed to already have measles. That caused health officials to decide to quarantine the other kids to be on the safe side.
The day care is the Santa Monica High School Infant Toddler Center. It is closed, as of Monday, February 2, 2015.
The kids are babies, and they will be quarantined for 21 days. The older children were not forced to undergo quarantine.