Two of the cases were reported in children under the age of one in New Haven county.
107 people were reported to have measles from January 1 to July 14.
Symptoms typically appear 10-14 days after initial exposure and will last 7-10 days.
The following year, a "large, multi-state" outbreak of measles was linked to Disneyland in Anaheim; though a source was never identified, it is believed a traveler who contracted the virus overseas visited the theme park while infectious, according to CDC.
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In 2014, there was a record number of cases, with 667 cases from 27 states, which marked the largest outbreak since the elimination of measles in the USA was documented in 2000, the CDC stated.
One way to reduce your measles risk: getting the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine.
Measles can be prevented by receiving two vaccinations, the first at 13 months old and the second at three years and four months to five years old.
The CDC believes that measles comes in from countries where Americans frequently travel, such as England, France, Germany, India, the Philippines and Vietnam. "However, they are more likely to have a milder illness, and are also less likely to spread the disease to other people". Measles is designated as notifiable at the national level under the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System, meaning all cases must be reported to the CDC.