The order applies to anyone living, working or going to school in four ZIP codes in the neighborhood and requires all unvaccinated people at risk of exposure to the virus to get the vaccine, including children over six months old.
"It was time to take a more muscular approach", Mr de Blasio told a news conference as the emergency measures were announced. "The problem has mounted quickly", de Blasio said. "We can stop this".
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A total of 465 cases across 19 states have been confirmed this year, according to the latest data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. There have been no deaths associated with this outbreak, although there have been complications, including 21 hospitalizations and five admissions to the intensive care unit.
"There's no question that vaccines are safe, effective and life-saving".
He said he had seen misinformation circulate around the tightly knit community, but that most families trusted the Health Department.
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His contract will automatically extend by one season and he will earn a $100,000 raise if his team plays in the NCAA Tournament. Public parking is available in Lots 46, 56, 56B, 59, 60 and 67, with the exception of resident reserved parking spaces.
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He said Rockland officials are crafting a new order created to isolate people exposed to measles.
"When people choose not to get their children vaccinated, they are putting their children and others - such as pregnant women, people on chemotherapy, and the elderly - at risk of contracting measles", Herminia Palacio, NYC's deputy mayor for health and human services, said in the release.
"They have been spreading unsafe misinformation based on fake science", Dr. Oxiris Barbot, the city' health commissioner, said in a statement. A Williamsburg yeshiva that fell out of compliance in January is connected to more than 40 measles cases, ABC7 NY reported.
The highest figure - 667 - occurred in 2014.
The resurgence of the once-eradicated, highly-contagious disease is linked to a growing anti-vaccine movement in richer nations - which the World Health Organization has identified as a major global health threat. The community's rabbis have called on their followers public to get vaccinated, according to the report. "But as a doctor, a public health practitioner, and a mom, I must warn you that exposing your unvaccinated child to measles is very unsafe, and it could even be deadly". Officials there banned children not vaccinated against measles from public spaces last month.
The so-called anti-vax, or anti-vaxxer phenomenon has adherents across Western nations but is particularly high profile in the USA, where it has been fueled by disinformation on social media.
But health experts are concerned by the booming number of parents in Brooklyn who are skeptical of vaccines. "The vaccine has been proven safe and effective in preventing the spread of measles for decades and we have evidence".