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The New York Department of Health and Mental Health launched a public announcement in February to urge members of the Orthodox Jewish community to be vaccinated against measles, especially before they traveled to Israel.
The Ministry of Health believes that the initial outbreak was caused by an unvaccinated child who contracted the disease while in Israel.
Cases have also been confirmed at Bensonhurst and Midwood / Marine Park.
Local Jewish newspapers published a report similar to the press release containing additional information on the vaccine, including the figure that more than 4,400 identified people were exposed to measles in known health facilities in New York.
The vaccine is often given to a child on his first birthday, then to a second dose before school entry, at four to six years of age.
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