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CDC Confirms Over 1 Thousand Measles Cases

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CDC Confirms Over 1 Thousand Measles Cases

CDC Confirms Over 1 Thousand Measles Cases

According to UPI, 1,077 cases of measles have been confirmed across 28 states in the US.

The latest figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention include 33 additional cases.

The CDC added that most of the cases involve unvaccinated patients.

In New York, the measles outbreak began over eight months ago, leading New York City Mayor Bill DiBlasio declared a state of emergency in April.

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