(Vancouver, WA) -- Washington state's measles outbreak now stands at 42 confirmed cases. Health officials say 41 of the cases are in Clark County, with the remaining case coming from King County. Officials are still awaiting blood test results on another 15 cases. Meanwhile, two confirmed cases of the disease in Hawaii are being blamed on unvaccinated Washington children who visited the island recently. Health officials are urging anyone who thinks they may have contracted measles to call a doctor.