More than 60 measles cases confirmed or suspected in NW
52 confirmed cases and nine suspect cases of measles have now been linked to the outbreak in the Pacific Northwest.
Where the anti-vaccine movement thrives
Anti-vaccine activities are predominantly a western phenomenon, especially in the Pacific Northwest and the American Southwest.
Washington state measles outbreak update
Clark Count has identified 41 confirmed measles cases and 15 suspect cases; King County has seen one case linked to the outbreak.
Measles outbreak update
36 cases of measles have been identified in Washington state.
fficials in Oregon have confirmed a case that has been linked to the Washington state outbreak.
Inslee declares emergency in response to measles outbreak
Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee declared a state of emergency today in all counties in response to more than two dozen confirmed cases of measles in the state.
Measles investigation in King County
It is not clear where the man got infected but he reported he had recently traveled to Vancouver, Washington where there is a large, ongoing measles outbreak.
Number of Clark county measles cases climbs to 22
Anyone who has been exposed and believes they have symptoms of measles to call their health care provider prior to visiting the medical office.
Traveller returned to King County with measles
Before he was diagnosed, he may have exposed others to the measles at Sea-Tac Airport and the Emergency Department of Harborview Medical Center.
Four more measles cases in Snohomish
Four new confirmed cases within the same household.
Health officials confirm measles case in Snohomish County
The best protection against measles is the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine.