Measles outbreak at California’s Disney parks

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ANAHEIM, Calif. — Nine cases of measles have been linked to two of the Disney theme parks in California.

Officials say all of the patients with confirmed or suspected cases of measles visited Disneyland or Disney California Adventure between December 15th and December 20th.

They say it’s likely that a person with the measles was at one of the parks at the time.

The patients in the outbreak range in age from 8 months to 21-years-old.  Six of the confirmed cases involve individuals who were not vaccinated against the disease.  Two of the babies were too young to receive their first vaccinations.  One person was fully vaccinated.

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  • cyber loitering

    Adults who do not get vaccinated and the doctors they go to are responsible for this. Karma will “payback” the person who spread this to the park. The parents of those babies !must be livid knowing this could have been prevented.