According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the outbreak of measles starts only in four cases. different, four will be high for each district in the area.
"The case here, a few cases there, a few years without case studies, and now to talk about 30 that spread across the border and other districts," said Dr. Jennifer Vince of the Department of Health of Multnomah County.
But what makes an epidemic different? Vines say it is unexpected, unlike the flu virus. "The flu season is a predictable leap we get every year. We have a flu vaccine that you should receive every year, "said Vines. Numbers in Clark County continue to grow. 36 cases of measles and 1
"This is a great deal for this area," Vines said.
Only one case was identified in Multnomah County. Vines say they are preparing for a possible outbreak.
But why did they prepare it?
"We see that the number of parents who delay or deny vaccines has risen in recent years, and in addition, we had to prepare to respond to the epidemic and use these tools," she said. What is an epidemic? How serious is this and can we stop it