( CNN) A measles outbreak have continued affect Minnesota as health officials stress the importance of getting vaccinated.
There are now 48 approved measles occasions in Hennepin, Ramsey and Crow Wing districts, largely changing unvaccinated Somali-American progenies, according to data released by the state’s Department of Health on Monday.
Of those impacted, 46 are infants 10 and younger; 41 are Somali-American; and 45 have not been injected against the disease, according to the data.
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