1. Williamsburg Still Growing Outbreak Hub For Measles  CBS New York
  2. Dozens more New York City kids contract measles as officials struggle to contain the outbreak  Daily Mail
  3. New York City cites 84 people for refusing to vaccinate amid measles outbreak  CNBC
  4. NYC measles cases soar to 466 — mostly in Orthodox Williamsburg — but spread of disease appears to be slowing,  New York Daily News
  5. 43 more measles cases confirmed in NYC since late April  New York Post
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Two of the newly-infected children, who had skipped their vaccines on religious grounds, are not part of the Orthodox Jewish community, which accounts for the vast majority of cases.Two of the newly-infected children, who had skipped their vaccines on religious grounds, are not part of the Orthodox Jewish community, which accounts for the vast majority of cases.

Dozens more New York City kids contract measles as officials struggle to contain the outbreak | Daily Mail Online

The city Health Department announced Tuesday that the number of measles cases in the city has hit 466 since the outbreak began in October. That's an increase of 43 cases since the city last reported figures on April 29.The city Health Department announced Tuesday that the number of measles cases in the city has hit 466 since the outbreak began in October. That’s an increase of 43 cases since the city last

43 more measles cases confirmed in NYC since late April

Mayor Bill de Blasio said that the city would require unvaccinated individuals living in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, to receive the measles vaccine.Mayor Bill de Blasio said that the city would require unvaccinated individuals living in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, to receive the measles vaccine.

“New #measles total in NYC outbreak is 466 cases since Oct. 2018. A city health official said the number suggests the “beginning of a decrease.” Infections remain concentrated in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. @MWESTWSJ. https://t.co/pHf5HqPhMK via @WSJ”

Betsy McKay on Twitter: "New #measles total in NYC outbreak is 466 cases since Oct. 2018. A city health official said the number suggests the “beginning of a decrease.” Infections remain concentrated in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. @MWESTWSJ. https://t.co/pHf5HqPhMK via @WSJ"

Measles continues to spread rapidly in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, with 466 cases reported in Brooklyn since the outbreak began late last year.Measles continues to spread rapidly in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, with 466 cases reported in Brooklyn since the outbreak began late last year.

NYC measles cases soar to 466 — mostly in Orthodox Williamsburg — but spread of disease appears to be slowing, city says - New York Daily News NYC measles cases soar to 466 — mostly in Orthodox Williamsburg — but spread of disease appears to be slowing, city says</a></p> </figcaption> </figure> <figure><amp-ad layout="fixed" width=300 height=250 type="adsense" data-ad-client="ca-pub-3459615361745091" data-ad-slot="6346809287"> </amp-ad></figure> <figure> <amp-img width="330" height="194" src="https://image.cnbcfm.com/api/v1/image/105898051-1557253111748gettyimages-1141724957.jpeg?v=1557253159" class="attachment-better-amp-small size-better-amp-small wp-post-image" alt="" srcset="https://image.cnbcfm.com/api/v1/image/105898051-1557253111748gettyimages-1141724957.jpeg?v=1557253159" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 300vw, 300px"></amp-img> <figcaption> New York City cited 84 people for refusing to vaccinate themselves or their children as the city's ongoing measles outbreak worsens, the city's health department said in a statement Tuesday.New York City cited 84 people for refusing to vaccinate themselves or their children as the city's ongoing measles outbreak worsens, the city's health department said in a statement Tuesday. <p><a href="http://glbnews.com/url.html?p=https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/07/new-york-cites-84-people-for-refusing-to-vaccinate-amid-measles-outbreak.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"></a></p> </figcaption> </figure> </div> </div> </div> <amp-animation id="showAnim" layout="nodisplay"> <script type="application/json"> { "duration": "600ms", "fill": "both", "iterations": "1", "direction": "alternate", "animations": [ { "selector": "#scrollToTopButton", "keyframes": [ { "opacity": "1", "visibility": "visible" } ] } ] } </script> </amp-animation> <!-- ... and the second one is for adding the button.--> <amp-animation id="hideAnim" layout="nodisplay"> <script type="application/json"> { "duration": "200ms", "fill": "both", "iterations": "1", "direction": "alternate", "animations": [ { "selector": "#scrollToTopButton", "keyframes": [ { "opacity": "0", "visibility": "hidden" } ] } ] } </script> </amp-animation> <!-- ... and the second one is for adding the button.--> <button id="scrollToTopButton" on="tap:top-page.scrollTo(duration=200)" class="scrollToTop">⌃</button> <footer class="better-amp-footer "><div class="better-amp-footer-nav"> </div> <amp-analytics type="googleanalytics"><script type="application/json">{"vars":{"account":"UA-55602305-8"},"triggers":{"trackPageview":{"on":"visible","request":"pageview"}}}</script></amp-analytics></footer></div></body></html>