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Measles Statistics and Surveillance

Phil image on antiretroviral drug resistance testing on patient specimensThe highly contagious measles virus is often brought into the United States by travelers or people from other countries. Each imported measles case could start an outbreak, especially if undervaccinated groups are exposed. Surveillance and prompt investigation of cases and contacts help to stop the spread of disease. The links below provide information about measles surveillance and statistics.