Swansea measles: Number of cases rise to 620
The number of cases in the Swansea measles epidemic has reached 620 with health officials warning there is no sign of the epidemic coming to an end.
Public Health Wales said there had been an excellent response to drop-in vaccination clinics last weekend.
But it warned 6,000 children have still not received the jab.
BBC Wales' health correspondent Owain Clarke reports.
09 Apr 2013
- From the section Wales