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(Vancouver, WA)  --  A measles outbreak in southwestern Washington state is officially over.  Clark County Public Health declared the outbreak over yesterday.  Officials say there have been no new cases in Clark County over the last six weeks.  The outbreak sickened 73 people in Clark County along with four people in Multnomah County and one person in Washington's King County since the start of the year.

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