With high vaccination rates, measles are extremely rare in New Hampshire
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As parts of the U.S. and many countries around the world deal with measles outbreaks in communities that are shunning vaccines, New Hampshire continues to be free of the disease, a reflection of the state’s high rate of school immunization.

New Hampshire hasn’t seen a confirmed case of measles since July 2017, when a person with measles visited Hampton Beach for a few hours, triggering a statewide health alert.

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