Since its epidemic peak in late March, the number of measles cases have steadily declined in France. According to Public Health France this week, 80 new cases were reported bringing the total to 2364 cases reported since November 6, 2017.
83 departments in the country have reported at least 1 case with 22% of reported cases requiring hospitalization. 88% of measles cases occurred in unvaccinated or inadequately vaccinated people.
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