Possible measles-related death in Wales as outbreak spreads

The measles outbreak in Wales has now infected almost 900 people--with 121 cases coming in the past week--and may have caused its first death. Tests are under way to confirm if the 25-year-old man died of measles. Experts have also warned London is particularly susceptible to a measles outbreak because of its low vaccination rate. Article | More

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