DALLAS, TX – People are lining up to get vaccinated in Tarrant County, Texas because of a measles outbreak. Health officials have confirmed 10 cases of the highly contagious virus. They believe the cases are linked to an adult who recently came back from a trip overseas.
The outbreak is a concern as students at many districts go back to school next week. About 200 people have been vaccinated since the outbreak first surfaced. The county public health department is offering back-to-school shots this week and next.
Source – CNN