Harris, which includes Houston, has had four cases of measles so far this year, the most in Texas. The last time NY had a big outbreak of the measles was in the early 1990s, when the circumstances were very different.
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By the summer of 1991, NY officials redoubled their efforts, with Mayor David Dinkins and Gov. Mario Cuomo working in concert. One immunization drive featured Michelangelo from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, who emerged from a sewer at the South Street Seaport to encourage kids to get the vaccine. Shots were given to kids at parks and beaches and outdoor concerts, including one featuring Latin jazz icon Tito Puente.
On the federal level, things were changing too.
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New York City officials said 22,833 people have received the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine in affected areas since the outbreak began in October. If they do not have evidence of receiving a measles vaccine, they should receive another dose.
The report was published amidst an alarming measles outbreak.
Sarkar added: "We have long known that vaccine avoidance is a critical public health issue in the USA and Europe".
The measles causes a rash, along with a serious fever and cough.
Lauren Gardner, an associate professor of civil engineering at Johns Hopkins and a UT Austin engineering alumna, commented: "Critically, we recommend that public health officials and policymakers prioritize monitoring the counties we identify to be at high risk that have not yet reported cases, especially those that lie adjacent to counties with ongoing outbreaks and those that house large global airports".