Another unvaccinated child under the age of 11 is the 23rd person who has measles during an outbreak in Clark County.
According to the county's Department of Public Health, two more people are suspected of having measles, and four other sites have been exposed to the disease.
Imperial Cascade Park Medical Office, 12607 SE Mill Plain Blvd., Vancouver from 12:30 to 19:30 Saturday, January 19
- Dollar Tree, Vancouver Plaza Drive 7809-B, Vancouver from 18:30 to 9:10 pm Tuesday, January 15
- Portland International Airport, Luggage Issue and Ticket Counter South End (Near Alaska Airlines and Starbucks), 7000 NE Airport Way, Portland, 7:30 am to 1
- Costco, 4849 NE 138th Ave., Portland from 5:30 pm to 8:40 pm Wednesday, January 16
Measles outbreak in Vancouver: where you may have been exposed  On average, since January 1, more than One person a day diagnosed with measles ually big onset.
Of the 23 people who have measles, 18 are 10 years old or younger. Only one is grown.
Nearly all never received a measles vaccine. One person was hospitalized.
The highly contagious virus spreads through the air and can linger for up to two hours in an isolated room. People who have never received a measles vaccine are susceptible to the sometimes deadly disease.
The measles vaccine is highly effective. People can be shot as a precautionary measure now or even within 72 hours of exposure to the virus and are probably fine.
This eruption hit the Evergreen School District in Clark County particularly hard. Clark County has one of the worst immunization rates in Washington, with only 77.4 percent of all public students in the Vancouver region completing their vaccinations, state records show.
Clark County health authorities keep both students and staff unaccounted for by the outbreak-linked schools. The excluded can not visit other schools, day care centers or places with many people.
Even friends and families of students and staff of Evergreen High School and Orchards, Hearthwood, and Image Elementary School are not asked to participate in events or games in schools unless immunized. The health department of Clark County has imposed this restriction on most schools until January 30 and for Orchards by February 5.
To further restrict the spread of the virus, health officials are asking people who think they have measles to call their doctor or doctor before physically visiting a hospital or doctor's office.
Due to the size of the outbreak, the Public Health Department will send an automated call to people diagnosed with measles from Tuesday on Tuesday. Not everyone who may have been exposed will answer the call.
The call will come from the Clark County Call Center at 360-397-8021. Most people are called at 10:30. A second round of talks will take place at 13:00. for people who have not reached the first time. The recording will include information on whether the person called has shown symptoms of measles.
Outbreak of Measles in Vancouver Region: Next You Should Know
– Molly Harbarger
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