In an update on the measles outbreak in Clark County, WA, health officials reported an additional three confirmed cases since yesterday, bringing the total to 41 since the beginning of the year.
In addition, officials are investigating 15 suspect cases.
40 of the cases are in children 18 years and younger and 37 were unvaccinated.
The confirmed cases include two cases who traveled to Hawaii and another case who traveled to Bend, Ore.
Clark County Public Health has established a call center for questions related to the investigation. Anyone who has questions about public exposures should call, 360.397.8021. The call center is open daily.
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