The Oregon Health Authority has confirmed a second case of measles in Marion County, health officials announced Tuesday evening.
Measles has been confirmed in a Marion County resident, county health officials announced Tuesday.
The patient is from Salem and is unvaccinated for measles, said Katrina Rothenberger, the county's public health director.
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