(KRNV) Health officials are investigating two suspected cases of the measles in Nevada’s Washoe county. It could be the first cases of the virus in more than a decade in the county.
One case is started at Spanish Spring Elementary, and the other at an undisclosed work place.
Local health professionals say the cases are a concern, but not a reason to panic. However un-vaccinated or immuno-compromised children are very susceptible to the virus.
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