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UPDATE (Sunday, Feb. 3, 2019 at 2:48 p.m. PT) — Clark County Public Health has identified several additional cases in the Vancouver-area measles outbreak bringing the total number to 47 confirmed and seven suspected cases.

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Forty-one of those cases include people who were not vaccinated with the measles, mumps and rubella shot. In five cases, whether the patients had been immunized was unverified; one infected person had been vaccinated — though with only one of the recommended two doses.

No new exposure sites were disclosed with the newly confirmed Clark County cases.

The Oregon Health Authority confirmed one case of measles in a Multnomah County resident on Jan. 25.

Exposure sites in Bend, Oregon, were also identified, but there have been no confirmed cases of measles in Deschutes County.

Find a full list of exposure sites related to the Clark County outbreak here.

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