It is the worst mazelenepidemie in the United States since 2000, when the infectious disease eradicated was declared. In a week's time, the number of cases increased from 626 to 704 people, according to the weekly report of the disease control and preventiecentrum (CDC). The record of 2017, 667 cases, is already exceeded.also Read Everything you need to know about the possible mazelenepidemie
"Nine percent of the patients was admitted to the hospital," said CDC director, Robert Redfield, "and it had the three percent a pneumonia developed. In this stage, there are still no deaths.’ The hardest hit group is the orthodox jewish community in Brooklyn. "Families are targeted with false and misleading information about vaccines," says Nancy Messonnier of the CDC.