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MeaslesThe states of Washington and New York are currently experiencing measles outbreaks resulting from international travels and links to these travelers. Washington has confirmed at least 50 cases.
Measles is a highly contagious disease that starts with fever, runny nose, cough, red eyes, and sore throat followed by a rash that spreads over the body. There can also be serious complications. Vaccination is the best way to protect against the disease.
Note that there are currently no outbreak-related cases in Sacramento County.
Get the Flu Shot...Not the FluProtect yourself and help prevent the spread of flu by getting a flu shot. Find a clinic near you with the Health Map Vaccine Finder or by contacting the Sacramento County Immunization Assistance Program (IAP).
Travelers' HealthAre you planning on traveling to another country? Find out what vaccines are recommended and make sure to schedule enough time to get them before traveling. Also, find out what diseases and outbreaks you should be aware of before traveling.
Childhood VaccinesChildren are required by California law to have certain childhood vaccines in order to attend school, day care, and child care. Learn more about these required vaccines at Shots for School or contact the Sacramento County Immunization Assistance Program (IAP) for more information.Childhood Lead Poisoning PreventionLead Q&ABe Healthy Sacramento
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