Clark County Public Health has confirmed three new measles cases Friday and is investigating two suspected cases.
The total number of confirmed cases in the Vancouver-area outbreak is now 68. There are also four confirmed cases in Multnomah County.
Two of the newly identified cases are children. The other is an adult between the ages of 30 to 39 years old.
The county has not identified any new locations where people could have been exposed to the disease.
Public health officials continue to urge anyone who suspects they may have been infected to call their doctor or hospital before visiting to avoid possibly exposing others to the virus. A full list of possible exposure sites in Southwest Washington is here.
The majority of the confirmed measles cases are in individuals who were not immunized. Lawmakers in Washington and Oregon are considering tightening state immunization laws in response to the ongoing outbreak.
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