There is a false bankruptcy spread across the Washington county called to vaccinate their children, and public health officials announced a public health emergency.
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Public health officials are destroying that there has been a disease eliminated in the United States almost two decades ago.

State of Washington declared a state-of-the-art public emergency in Clark County with at least 53 people infected, mostly children. Four other cases were confirmed in County Ilimene, Oregon. Another case was identified in County of the King, including Seattle.

Clark County public health ministers were afraid that the breach of the writings could be spread rapidly due to the collection of non-vaccine children in the county.

the 2017-18 school year did not get all immunized, according to data from the Department of Health of Ireland. In three schools in the county, more than 40 percent of affiliates will not receive every recommended recommendation before they start school.

"When you have a large number of unpaid people and if you enter the network into that population, it seems that a gasoline can be added into gasoline," said Alan Melnick, public health director of Clark County. "It will quickly spread rapidly."


There are 38 people who have been fractured in the Northwest Pacific Ocean to date and some people are forced to change their daily routine. One mother says she is not getting her 11-year-old son out in public until he gets a young vaccine at one age. (January 30)

All states and 3 states allow for non-medical causes to spread vaccines

In general, Melnick said, public health departments would like to immunize up to 95 percent of the population against the lawyers to extinguish herd create. This widespread vaccination protects the virus very fast, which can be spread through the air. It also protects people who can not get a vaccine because they have other medical conditions.

State laws generally require parents of children of school age to show proof of immunization before they start school.

All but three states – California, Mississippi and West Virginia – allow parents to refuse vaccinations for non-medical reasons, as religious or personal beliefs, according to the National Legislation of State Legislation.

The risk is when there is a large number of children in one location, such as a school or church, which are not vaccinated.

"You need to have a high level vaccination rate to prevent the friars from" Pages said.

The Disease Control and Prevention Centers reported 79 cases of the string in the United States. Beyond Washington and Oregon, reported cases in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, New Jersey, New York and Texas.

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New York is the biggest guarantee in recent years, Jill Montag, spokesman of the Department of Health of the New York State.

More than 200 cases were reported in counties Rockland and Orange and Brooklyn's four neighborhoods from October. The vast majority of these cases were identified last year, but a number of new cases continue. There were two dozen in Rockland and Orange counties since January 1. Two neighborhoods of Brooklyn 3 reported in the last week.

Brooklyn cases are concentrated in the Jewish Right-winged community. The guarantee started when a child with infected vaccinations was visiting Israel. Israel has a huge outbreak, according to the Department of Health of New York.

New York medical officers issued thousands of unplanned children from 29 schools and a daycare center in which other children could be exposed to viruses. They also launched vaccinations drives.

"We will continue our aggressive, multifunctional response, until it is clear that there was a guarantee," said Montag.

The majority of parents were looking for vaccines for their children in the counties of Clark and in Multnomah County, officials said.

Dr. Paul Offit, director of the vaccination education center in the Philadelphia Children's Hospital, said parents refused to refuse the vaccine.

In 2015, Disneyland visited overseas travelers overwhelmed, spreading various states and 147 infected individuals. In 2017, 75 people among the Somali-American communities in Minnesota were prosecuted, according to the CDC.

"People are not afraid of the word," said Offit. "Not only did we have an end to these diseases. We have eliminated the memory of these diseases. People do not understand how sick it can do."

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