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Occasions of measles continue to grow in the United States

April 22, 2019, 17:34Washington, April 22 (Prensa Latina) The United States has counted 71 new measles cases last week for a total of 626 in 2019, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention today announced.

This amount, which according to the current trend will increase significantly, places this year as the second highest incidence since 2000, when the eradication of the disease in the country was announced.

According to the above mentioned source, the registered maximum of 667 were registered in 2014 and in 8616 respectively, 120, and 372 cases.

The latest update, which corresponds to the period from January 1 to April 19, reported attacks in 22 countries in the country, mainly in New York since Iowa and Tennessee were added.

This month the Big Apple announced a public health emergency due to the epidemic that destroyed the Jewish communities in Brooklyn County last October, with about 300 injured.

As part of this measure, residents of Williamsburg, who have not been vaccinated against measles, will have to do this to alleviate the problem.

In this way, they publish press releases, injections will be mandatory and health staff will review the vaccination cards of every person who has been in contact with patients.

If someone is not immune to a disease whose symptoms include cough, runny nose, swelling of the eyes, sore throat, fever, red rash, and skin patches, you may have to pay up to a thousand dollars.

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