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CLARK COUNTY, WA (KPTV) – The number of confirmed cases of the measles has grown to 47 in Clark County with another seven cases suspected, health officials said Sunday.

Below is the breakdown of confirmed measles cases, according to Clark County Public Health:

Age

  • 1 to 10 years: 34 cases
  • 11 to 18 years: 12 cases
  • 19 to 29 years: one case

Immunization status

  • Unimmunized: 41 cases
  • Unverified: five cases
  • 1 MMR vaccine: one case

Hospitalization: one case (none currently).

Health officials have not identified any new locations where people may have been exposed to the measles.

A complete list of exposure sites can be found here.

Health officials urge anyone who believes they have been exposed at an identified location and believes they have symptoms to call their healthcare provider before visiting their office.

One case of measles has been confirmed in Multnomah County. For more information about that case and possible exposure sites in Oregon, visit the Oregon Health Authority measles webpage.

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