Mother of newborn concerned after Vancouver clinic linked to measles outbreak – KATU

by Kellee Azar, KATU News VANCOUVER, Wash. —  Amid a continued measles outbreak in Clark County where health officials have confirmed 62 cases, one of the most concerned groups is parents with infants who are too young to get the vaccine. For a complete list of measles exposure sites, click here. Clark County Health Officials say that newborns of mothers who’ve had measles or received the vaccine are born with antibodies which can help protect them from infection, but it’s not 100-percent effective. With two little ones under the age of three, Tiffany Hamilton has her hands full. Just six ...

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