Clark County now has 31 confirmed cases of measles and eight suspected cases on January 26th.
This does not include the only confirmed case in Multnomah County.
Of the 31 cases in Clark County, 27 involve unimmunized people. The immunization status of the other four cases is unproven.
There is also a new place where people may have been exposed to the disease – the GoHealth Urgent Care Cascade Park, 305 S.E. Chkalov Dr., Vancouver, from 18:25 to 10:15 on Tuesday 22 January.
A complete list of exposure sites associated with the Clark County outbreak is available on the Clark County Public Health website.
Sites of exposure associated with the measles of Multnomah County can be found on the Multnomah County website.
Marissa Armstrong with Clark County Public Health said that people with measles symptoms should consult their doctor before visiting a clinic. "We really do not want people just to appear in emergency hospitals, emergency rooms or doctors' offices, because then there might be other people in the waiting room who could be exposed," she said. "We really want to call people ahead and plan with their provider before they seek help."
Armstrong said Clark County Public Health will provide daily updated information on ongoing measles testing.
19659002] Washington Gov. Jay Inslee declared a state of emergency over the measles eruption on Friday.