County Clark has declared an emergency for public health after the outbreak of measles, which has suffered from at least 19 people, 18 of them children.
Clarke County Council Chairman Eileen Quinning announced the emergency on Friday, the same day that the List of Sites Linked to the Epidemic included a January 11 game at the 19th Century Fashion Center in Portland.
According to a county statement, the declaration allows the county to have access to additional resources outside the
Vaccine outbreak in the Vancouver area: What you need to know
Eighteen children and one adult in the Clark County area have preventable disease. Sixteen of the confirmed cases were in people who were not vaccinated.
Measuring out measles from the Vancouver area: Where you may have been exposed
Measbil is a highly contagious viral disease spreading in the air when an infected person coughs or sneezes. It is believed that this will be removed years after the vaccine hit the United States in 1
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