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HARRIS COUNTY — Harris County officials confirmed three cases of measles in northwest Harris County this morning (Feb. 4, 2019).

According to county public health officials, all three patients reside in northwest Harris County.

“The best way to protect you and your family against and other vaccine-preventable diseases is by ,” the officials tweeted. “We encourage individuals to contact their health care provider if they show signs and symptoms of measles. For a list of recommended vaccines, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/ or speak to your health care provider.”

Harris County Public Health department confirmed three cases of measles this morning in North West Harris County. The individuals were two boys under the age of two and a woman age 25-35. (HCPH image)
Harris County Public Health department confirmed three cases of measles this morning in North West Harris County. The individuals were two boys under the age of two and a woman age 25-35. (HCPH image)

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