CDC: Vaccine, safe and effective to halt measles



(29 Apr 2019) Rockland County – 27 March 2019
1. Various, notice of state of emergency taped to an office door (PARTIALLY COVERS UPCOMING SOUNDBITE)

Atlanta – 26 April 2019
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Nancy Messonnier, CDC:
“So far since January this year we’re reporting 704 cases of measles from 22 states. That’s more cases of measles in a single year that we’ve seen in the past 25 years.”
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Rockland County – 27 March 2019
3. Sign for Rockland County New York Health Department free measles vaccination clinic (PARTIALLY COVERS UPCOMING SOUNDBITE)
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4. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Nancy Messonnier, CDC:
“It is early in the year so I do expect to see additional measles cases. Most Americans are vaccinated and we know that the vaccine can protect against measles and stop these outbreaks before it spreads farther.”

Rockland County – 27 March 2019
5. Sign showing entrance to measles vaccination clinic (PARTIALLY COVERS PREVIOUS SOUNDBITE)
6. state of emergency notice on a smartphone (PARTIALLY COVERS PREVIOUS SOUNDBITE)
7. Various as healthcare professional prepares and administers vaccine to patient (PARTIALLY COVERS UPCOMING SOUNDBITE)

Atlanta – 26 April 2019
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Nancy Messonnier, CDC:
“These outbreaks are really being fueled by misinformation and myth that is leading communities to be under vaccinated. Also, there is a large increase in measles globally. The World Health Organization recently reported a 300 percent increase in measles around the world. Unvaccinated Americans traveling internationally get exposed to measles and bring it home with them infecting their families and their communities.”

Atlanta – 26 April 2019
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Nancy Messonnier, CDC:
“We’re really focused on getting the right information to parents so they can make the right decisions about getting vaccinated. There’s a lot of misinformation out there and it’s really difficult for parents to sift through. We want to make sure parents get the correct information. Parents should bring their questions to their health care providers. Their doctors are really the best equipped to help them make health care decisions. This is a safe and effective vaccine. Parents should take advantage of the safe and effective vaccine to protect their children against measles.”

Rockland County – 27 March 2019
10. Various of box of vials of the measles, mumps and rubella virus vaccine (PARTIALLY COVERS PREVIOUS SOUNDBITE)

Atlanta – 26 April 2019
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Nancy Messonnier, CDC:
“Measles can be a serious illness in anyone and pregnant women are certainly at high risk for complications from lots of diseases. That’s why pregnant women need to talk to their doctors to make sure that they’re protected against diseases.”

Rockland County – 27 March 2019
12. Close of vial of measles vaccines (PARTIALLY COVERS PREVIOUS SOUNDBITE)

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