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From January 1 to February 21, 2019, 159* people from 10 states (CA, CO, CT, GA, IL, NJ, NY, OR, TX, and WA) have been reported as having measles. Five outbreaks (defined as three or more linked cases) have been reported, in Rockland County, New York; Monroe County, New York; New York City; Washington; Texas; and Illinois. Of these outbreaks, two outbreaks are ongoing from 2018. CDC urges everyone to ensure that they are up to date on MMR vaccine, including before international travel.
Am I protected against measles? CDC considers you protected from measles if you have written documentation (records) showing at least one of the following:
You received two doses of measles-containing vaccine, and you are a(n)—
You received one dose of measles-containing vaccine, and you are a(n)—
How effective is the measles vaccines?
I think I have measles. What should I do?
Immediately call your doctor and let him or her know about your symptoms you are having. Your doctor can
For any questions or information, contact Garland Public Health Clinic 972-205-3370.