Against the background of the continuing bursts of the bark in the Clark County, where health workers confirmed 62 cases, one of the most interested groups is infant parents
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 Officials from the Clark County Health Department say that newborn mothers who have had measles or vaccine are born with antibodies that can help protect them from infection, but are not 100 percent effective.
With two children under the age of three, Tiffany Hamilton has full hands.
"Honestly, having your children in hospital is terrible," said Tiffany Hamilton.
She finally took her daughter home when Clark County faced the biggest outbreak bark in years. Her two-year-old daughter Echo received only one dose of the vaccine, so Tiffany also kept her at home.
A few days went by without announcing a new potential exposure spot, so Tiffany thought it would safely take her daughters to a doctor at noon.
"It seems to be stupid, but it looked like" let's get out of the house. "It goes to the doctor, it should not be a big deal. For me it's a safe space, it's people who care about you," ̵
But on Saturday she learned that the doctor's office to which she had gone was announced by another potential exposure, that is, her children could have been
Now she is worried.
"Is her body enough to fight with something like that? I know that this is certainly not deadly, but premature newborn babies usually do not get it, – said Tiffany.
Tiffany watches for her daughters, waiting for them, Tiffany says over them like a hawk, we're not going anywhere, no one is right, "Tiffany said.