The number of measles cases in New York City has climbed to 121 after 31 new cases were reported, the city’s health department said Thursday.
Twenty-one of the newly-diagnosed cases are linked to a Williamsburg yeshiva which did not comply with the requirement to exclude non-vaccinated students.
Out of the total 121, 108 patients were children under 18 years of age, and just 13 were adults. Eight of the patients have been hospitalized, one in the intensive care unit, Medical Xpress reported.
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