Boston vaccinates against possible measles outbreak

Employees working in the Back Bay area of Boston, MA are being vaccinated for measles to curb a possible outbreak after a worker at the French consulate fell ill. Approximately 1,500 to 2,000 people work in the same building as the consulate, most taking advantage of public transportation, and Boston had an outbreak of the respiratory illness back in 2006. Article

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