Incidence of measles in the United States

Source: sciencedaily.com
Infectious Diseases

From 2001 to 2015, the overall annual incidence of measles in the United States remained extremely low (less than 1 case/million population) compared with incidence worldwide (40 cases/million population). Relative increases in measles rates were observed over the period, and the findings suggest that failure to vaccinate may be the main driver of measles transmission, according to a study.

 Please check the official event website for possible changes before you make any travel arrangements.
Prices are for evaluation only.