Washington broke the emergency glass and declared the state of health alert on its territory due to a measles outbreak on the site and that has 30 people affected since January 1.
Jay Inslee, governor of the capital's entity, expressed through a statement that this outbreak originated in Clark County; However, the same "creates an extreme risk to public health" in the region.
According to information from the EFE news agency, the statement of the health emergency streamlines the use of the resources available to perform the protection tasks in the most vulnerable areas.
"Measles is a highly contagious infectious disease that can be fatal in young children," Inslee warned.
The governor stated that the vaccine against this suffering is effective in preventing the illness, so it is necessary to take the necessary measures and create the planning to supply it as soon as possible.
The source added that the people affected could be exposed in highly crowded places, creating an alarm for their possible spread.