Dr. Cara Christ, director of the Arizona Department of Health Services, says the response would be immediate.
"If your child has received all the scheduled immunizations including the 12-to-15 month MMR vaccine and the vaccine between 4 and 6 years of age - for pre-kindergarten", Missoula Dr. Lauren Wilson explained.
CBS News reported in October that a small but growing proportion of the youngest children in the USA have not been vaccinated against any disease.
Some parents refuse to have their children vaccinated due to religious or philosophical reasons or they might have heard from others about someone who became violently ill after being vaccinated.
Right now there is an outbreak of measles in Washington, and the governor has declared a public health emergency. Brazil had more than 10,000 cases of measles previous year; Europe, almost 60,000.
A 2017 report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that only 83 percent of OR adolescents had received their booster shots against tetanus, diphtheria and whooping cough. The danger is such that the World Health Organization felt it necessary to rank vaccine hesitancy - a reluctance or outright refusal to be vaccinated - as one of the 10 biggest threats to global health in 2019. Anyone who has signs or symptoms of measles should contact their healthcare provider.
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Recent data compiled by Idaho health officials show about 3,800 school-age children in the state likely are not fully immunized for the measles. Not only are people with measles infectious for four days before they break out with the rash, the virus can live in the air for up to two hours after an infectious person coughs or sneezes.
A vast majority of those who came down with measles - 41 - were not vaccinated against the disease, Clark County officials said. Serious complications include brain swelling that can cause blindness or deafness and pneumonia.
That is why you need to get vaccinated.
It would not be unusual to see so many headlines about measles. if this were 1919.
Known as the MMR or measles, mumps and rubella vaccine, the vaccine is very effective, the CDC says.
There is another possible complication that can occur seven to 10 years after infection, more commonly when people get the infection as infants.
"We make a lot of decisions in our life around parenting; unfortunately, this is one that not only impacts the decision you have made for your child but also impacts other children and persons around them", Sammons added.