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(Spokane, WA)  --  A report from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there were 151 cases of mumps across Washington from late December to early January, more than the rest of the nation combined.  Officials say 123 cases of mumps have been confirmed in King County.  Spokane County Regional Health District epidemiologist Mark Springer tells the "Spokesman-Review" that during a normal year, there are one or two mumps cases in Spokane County, compared to the current figure of 24 cases.

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