President Trump is now urging vaccinations to prevent the spread of measles

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Before leaving the White House on Friday morning,  President Trump urged americans to get their measles vaccinations.    

A major outbreak continues on the mainlan with almost 700 cases so far this year.

Hawaii has not had a case yet, but the state health department says that it’s concerned. 

In severe cases, measles can cause brain inflamation, pneumonia, and potential blindness.      
    

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