New Jersey Jail Quarantined, Several Inmates Believed To Have The MumpsThe quarantine means no new inmates will be accepted for at least 25 days.
Measles Outbreak: Rockland County Makes Vaccinations Mandatory For All Summer CampsParents must provide documentation that their child has received two doses of the MMR vaccine.
Measles Outbreak: CDC Says Nearly 1,000 Confirmed Cases Reported, Mostly In NYCThe number of measles cases across the country is nearing levels that haven’t been seen in a generation.
Measles Outbreak: Summer Camps Demanding Vaccinations, Summer Travel To Be Impacted By 'Do Not Board' ListsThe measles outbreak is prompting concerns about summer camp and summer travels.
Measles Outbreak: What You Need To Know Before Flying This SummerThe measles virus has impacted at least four U.S. airports so far this year, with reported exposures in California, New Jersey and Texas.
Measles Outbreak: Rockland County Offering Free Vaccinations TodayVaccinations are being offered from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Friday at the Christ Episcopal Church at 65 Washington Ave. in Suffern.
Measles Outbreak: Latest Numbers Still Show New York Main Point Of InfectionU.S. health officials say this year's count of measles cases has surpassed 800, a growing tally that is already the nation's highest in 25 years.
Measles Outbreak: Possible Exposures In Monsey, Nanuet; Another Brooklyn Preschool ClosedHealth officials allege Simche Kinder repeatedly failed to comply with the health commissioner’s emergency order requiring unvaccinated students to stay home.
Measles Outbreak: New York Up To 466 Active CasesMost are in Williamsburg, where 84 unvaccinated people have received summonses for not complying with the emergency order.
New Measles Warning: Passenger Arriving From Israel May Have Infected Flyers At Newark AirportThe New Jersey Department of Health said an infected passenger from Tel Aviv, Israel arrived at Newark's Terminal C on April 16.
New Measles Warnings: Woman Possibly Spread Illness During 'Avengers: Endgame' ShowingThe state's department of health says a New York City resident with a confirmed case of the virus may have exposed other people in Middlesex and Ocean counties.