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The UNICEF recommends vaccinating to prevent the infection with measles as there are no medicines against it. "It is abundantly clear on the necessity for parents to ensure that their children are vaccinated, especially from Measles".

Daskalakis heads disease control for the city's Health Department and is warning all residents who may be at risk to get vaccinated immediately. There is no specific treatment for measles, so vaccination can mean the difference between life and death, according to UNICEF.

More than six times as many people were vaccinated for measles from January 13 to February 2 compared with the same period past year, a spokesperson for the Washington State Department of Health told Time. The vast majority of cases are children under 18 years of age (108 cases), and 13 cases are adults.

Last week, the Department expanded vaccination recommendations for providers serving the Orthodox Jewish community to include an early, extra dose of the MMR vaccine for children between the ages of 6 months to 11 months who live in Williamsburg and Borough Park.

Greenlick's proposal met considerable pushback during a crowded hearing Thursday, which drew hundreds of parents to the Capitol to speak against the measure, which they say is discriminatory and a form of government overreach.

Indiana: Two confirmed cases of the mumps have been found at Indiana University in Bloomington, health officials said.

In Ukraine, there were 35,120 cases of measles during the year and another 24,042 people were infected in the first two months of this year, it said.

There have been eight reported instances of measles in Texas this 12 months, according to the Department of State Health Services.

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The report suggests the rise in measles cases is in part attributable to the anti-vaccination movement.

The CDC says vaccines for measles are effective and safe.

"Children who have not yet been immunised are at greatest risk of the disease".

"It can be anything from a fever to a rash, to joint pain to.it can affect your neurological system and cause some sort of encephalitis". Serious side effects, including allergic reactions and febrile seizures, are rare. An outbreak is defined as three or more cases at a time. Anyone who hasn't been vaccinated is urged to get the vaccine, but do people who have already had it need another dose?

UNICEF today warned that measles cases this year are surging to alarmingly high levels, with 10 countries accounting for more than 74% of the total increase.

"Getting vaccinated not only protects you, it protects others around you who are too young to get the vaccine or can't receive it for medical reasons", Tan said.

Officials say four new suspected measles cases have been identified in a measles outbreak in southwest Washington.

The CDC firmly denies widely criticized online speculation that MMR vaccinations may be linked to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)-a disorder that occurs disproportionately in New Jersey children, at one in 34, the highest rate in the nation-asking, "Is there a link between the MMR shot and autism?" and answering, "No". Washington state lawmakers are considering a similar measure this year.