The CDC recently reported that in 2018, after only 8 months, the number of reported measles cases is already close to exceeding the total number reported in 2017. While this is far from an outbreak (the number of reported cases in 2018 is similar to recent years, and is in the expected range), it is a good reminder to make sure you and your loved ones are protected.
Measles is sometimes confused with other diseases that cause rashes like rubella (German measles) and roseola (roseola infantum).
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