New York officials are taking further steps to contain the measles outbreak that’s been cleaning Rockland County for 26 weeks straight by banning unvaccinated adolescents from public infinites. The ban officially went into effect at midnight on March 27.

According to NBC, their objective is to combat the 153 justified an instance of measles and will last-place a total of 30 days. The beginning of the outbreak is said to be unvaccinated travelers who came through the New York area in October 2018. The current outbreak is said to be a long time since the disease was eradicated in the US in 2000.

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“We believe this to be the first such effort of this kind nationally and the circumstances we face now clearly call for that, ” Rockland County Executive Ed Day said at a news conference. “Rockland will lead the way in service and safety to the people here.”

As for detailed information? Kids under 18 who haven’t been protected for measles, mumps, and rubella is likely to be are prohibited from recruiting public gaps. Anyone who’s “unable to be injected for documented and approved medical reasons” will be excluded from the prohibitions. Parents who violate the ban are subject to six months in jail or a $500 fine. Nonetheless, Ed said experts are looking to raise awareness , not to arrest parties.

Interested in get their own children vaccinated? The New York Department of Health will be hosting free MMR vaccination clinics on March 27 between 1 p.m. and 3 p. m. in Pomona and Spring Valley.