Three new cases in Washington State measles outbreak

VANCOUVER, Wash. – Three new cases of measles have been confirmed in Clark County, Washington.

Health officials say the total number of confirmed cases in the outbreak is now 68. Two more suspected cases are under investigation.

49 of the confirmed cases are in children aged 10 and younger. 59 of the cases were determined to be in unimmunized individuals.

No new exposure sites have been identified. A complete list is available at Clark County Public Health’s website.

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