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TOPSHOT - This picture taken on April 5, 2019 shows two boys walking next to a school bus in a Jewish neighborhood in Monsey, Rockland County, New York. - A measles outbreak in the Rockland county has sickened scores of people mainly from the Orthodox Jewish community and caused the county to bar unvaccinated minors in public places. Although New York and Washington State have been the main areas affected cases have been found in 22 states. In New York, an Orthodox Jewish community in Brooklyn has been hardest hit. They were infected by visitors from Israel, where an outbreak of measles began a year ago. Earlier this month New York's mayor declared a public health emergency in parts of Brooklyn, ordering all residents to be vaccinated to fight measles. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP) / With AFP Story by Catherine TRIOMPHE: NY county measles outbreak spotlights vaccine religious exemptions (Photo credit should read JOHANNES EISELE/AFP via Getty Images)
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