Health Officials in Clark County Washington say that their latest measles case is diagnosed in a child who received the MMR vaccine. The officials claim 42 other cases exists as well.
They claim that 31 of these diagnosed measles cases are in kids under the age of 10. Ten cases are kids between the ages of 11 and 18. There is a single case in a person over the age of 19.
Officials say that 37 cases are in kids that did not receive an MMR vaccine, four cases are unverified, and one is in a child that did have the vaccine.
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