Number of Calif. Measles Cases Goes Up After Remaining Unchanged Over the Weekend
In an update issued on Wednesday, the California Department of Public Health confirmed that the number of measles cases in the state has climbed to 126 since the beginning of an outbreak that began at Disneyland in December 2014. In a release on Monday, DPH said the total number of confirmed cases among California residents remained unchanged over the weekend for the first time since the outbreak began, at 123 -- the same number from a previous update issued Friday.
- "California Officials Issue First Update With No New Measles Cases Since Disneyland Outbreak" (AP/U.S. News & World Report, 2/23).