Washington's Department of Health says Friday that there have been 60 confirmed cases of measles in Washington. KHQ talks to a woman in Spokane who has a family that has been personally affected by measles.
"My mother still has a little lunch today," Michael said.
Her mother could not get him out of bed, he could not even open his eyes. 19659002] "Every year she interrupts her Christmas decorations," said Michele.
A day and a half later, Michele's brother is gone. "
" My mother was crushed and pregnant with Michelle
"I still miss my brother and never met him," said Michael
Michelle's mother still lives with the side effects of the time she had easles, and at the age of three her mother is constantly blinded by one eye
"I think people are no longer aware of its seriousness," said Michele
But Michele said it "I remember when it was time to immunize my own daughter, there was no doubt that I did not even think about it," said Michele, and though the West "Even a case of measles may enter a new area and we may have a morbid is so serious," said Mark Springer, a regional health area of Spankan.
Michele said it's not only important to vaccinate your child for their safety but also for the safety of anyone who can not. get the vaccination. Michele told KHQ that it is hard for her family every time there is a measles outbreak and she wants people to dig deep and study vaccination against MMR before they decide that their child does not need her.