The mainstream of those infected are children, who have not been vaccinated against the disease, executives said. Measles can be transmitted to others from four days prior to four days after the rash appears. That brings the total number of measles cases in OR up to four.
"During an outbreak is when you see an influx of patients who would otherwise be vaccine-hesitant", said Virginia Ramos, infection control nurse with Sea Mar Community Health Center, which runs six sites that offer vaccines in Clark County.
The health department is identifying and contacting people who may have been exposed. That includes attending church by video feed and working with employers.
File Image: Measles vaccine prevents the disease. Officials say they had stayed at home and in contact with health officials.
The CDC states measles is a highly contagious virus that spreads through the air via coughing and sneezing. The measles vaccine is reported to be very effective; 97 percent of those who receive both vaccinations are immune. This is because you might be infectious to others at the GP surgery.
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The Vancouver Clinic, which operates medical offices and urgent care centers in the area, reported that shots administered jumped from 263 in January 2018 to 1,444 last month, a almost 450 percent increase. One person had one dose of the vaccine, which is 93 percent effective. The vaccine can reduce the risk of infection if gotten within 72 hours after exposure to the virus.
The cases involve four children under 2 years old and a woman. Three times as many people have gotten vaccinated in January - from 200 per day in 2018 to 600 per day in 2019.
Officials say vaccinations levels are falling in several Texas counties, and anything below a 95 percent vaccination rate is considered risky.
State law normally requires children to have a variety of immunizations in order to enter school, but the law also allows people to opt out.
The health department said they are taking all precautionary measures to prevent the disease from spreading.