Arizona measles outbreak grows to 22

As of Tuesday, Arizona has 22 confirmed cases of the measles associated with an outbreak linked to a private detention center in Pinal County.

The Arizona Department of Health Services updated its list of potential exposure sites. Locations of potential exposure are in Mesa, Gilbert, Coolidge, Eloy and Casa Grande.

To see times and sites of potential exposure, click here.

According to the CDC, just one dose of the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine is 93 percent effective at preventing the measles.

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