The highly contagious skin disease has been spreading at several New Hampshire hospitals.

The alert is from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Manchester clinics and Catholic Medical Center.

It started with a single patient, who visited several hospital departments between December 1st and March 2nd.

Scabies is a contagious skin infestation by the mite Sarcoptes scabiei. The most common symptoms are severe itchiness and pimple-like rash. Occasionally tiny burrows may be seen in the skin. When first infected, usually two to six weeks are required before symptoms occur.

If you visited the following locations you may have been exposed:

D-H Manchester Radiology
12/1/2015  - 12/04/2015

D-H Manchester Pulmonology
Notre Dame Pavilion at Catholic Medical
12/04/2015 - 12/07/2015

Catholic Medical Center, Norris Cotton Laboratory
12/14/2015 - 12/17/2015

D-H Manchester Hematology/Oncology
Notre Dame Pavilion at Catholic Medical
12/17/2015 - 12/20/2015

D-H Manchester Laboratory
01/14/2016  -  01/17/2016

D-H Manchester Rheumatology
Notre Dame Pavilion at Catholic Medical
01/12/2016 - 01/15/2016

Catholic Medical Center Laboratory
02/15/2016 - 02/18/2016

Catholic Medical Center Emergency  Department
02/15/2016 -  02/18/2016

Catholic Medical Center Radiology
02/15/2016 -   02/18/2016

Catholic Medical Center Cardiac Medical Unit (C100)
02/15/2016  - 02/24/2016

Catholic Medical Center Medical Surgical Unit (E200)
02- 21- 2016 -    02- 27- 2016

D-H Manchester Rheumatology
Notre Dame Pavilion at Catholic Medical
02/29/2016 - 03/02/2016

Catholic Medical Center, Norris Cotton Laboratory
02/29/2016 - 03/03/2016

D-H Manchester Dermatology
03/02/2016