Clark has 31 confirmed cases of measles and eight suspected cases since January 26.
This does not include the only confirmed case in Multnomah County.
Out of 31 cases in Clark County, 27 cases involving non-humanized people. The other four cases of immunization were not tested.
There is also a new place where people may have been exposed to the disease – Legacy GoHealth Emergency Care Cascade Park, 305 S.E. Dr Chakalov, Vancouver, from 18:25 to 22:15 on Tuesday, January 22.
A complete list of exposure sites associated with the Clark County epidemic can be found on the Clark County Public Health Web Site
Marissa Armstrong, with public health in Clark County, said people who had measles symptoms should contact their health care provider before going to the clinic. "We really do not want people just to appear in emergency emergency centers or emergency rooms or medical offices because then there may be other people in the waiting room that could be revealed," she said. “/>
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Armstrong said Clark County Public Health will provide daily updates on measles investigation. Inslee announced a state of emergency for the outbreak of measles on Friday.