Measles outbreak sparks state of emergency in Rockland County, New York

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Health officials in Rockland County, New York, have declared a state of emergency amid an ongoing measles outbreak. The county is prohibiting unvaccinated children from going out in public spaces for 30 days. There have been 153 confirmed cases of measles there. CBS News’ Tom Hanson reports.

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