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Wales measles: Chief medical officer says not too late for jab

Thousands of Swansea children returning to school after the Easter holidays are being offered the MMR jab, to try to stop measles spreading further.

Nearly 700 people in and around the city have caught the virus since the outbreak began in November.

Parents across South Wales have been heeding the calls from Public Health officials to ensure children are immunised as a matter of urgency.

Nick Palit reports and then Wales' chief medical officer Dr Ruth Hussey talks to Wales Today presenter Jamie Owen.

Get measles jabs now says top doctor

  • 15 Apr 2013
  • From the section Wales