VANCOUVER, Wash. – Public Health Clark County has confirmed two new cases of measles on Sunday, resulting in a total of 61
Officials also identified two new places where the sick were attending infectious diseases and, possibly, , they exposed the cortex
At this stage, most cases relate to children under 10 years of age. The authorities state that 14 cases concern children aged 11 to 18, one patient aged 19 to 29 years old, and two cases for people aged 30 to 39 years. confirmed the presence of the vaccine, and two cases where patients had only the first shot of the MMR.
Two new places visited by infectious patients were:
Image Elementary School, 4400 NE 122nd Ave. February 11; Tuesday, February 12; Wednesday, February 13; Thursday, February 14; and on the 15th of February.
Pacific High School, 2017 NE 172nd Ave., Vancouver on Monday, February 11; Tuesday, February 12;
A full list of places of influence can be found on the Internet.
Symptoms of the bark begin with mild fever, cough, runny nose and red eyes, followed by rash.
or your child shows signs of a bark, consult a physician before arriving to allow them to restrict exposure to anyone in the waiting room. The vaccine is effective at 97 percent. Children, as a rule, receive the first MMP vaccine at the age from one year to 15 months, and the second – from 4 to 6 years.
If you have additional questions about measles, contact your local Health Department: Health Care District: (360) 397-8021