The measles virus spreads quickly and easily through breathing, coughing or sneezing. It can remain in the air for several hours even after an infected person leaves a room. Measles diagnoses occur in Washington State each year. However, with 81 confirmed cases already in 2019, it is important to know how to help reduce the spread of this highly contagious disease.

Washington State Department of Health Resources

Washington State Public Schools Immunization Reports and Data

Washington State Immunity Community: Talking About Vaccines

United States Department of Health and Human Services Vaccine Resources