1. Measles hits Manhattan's upscale Chelsea neighborhood  Daily Mail
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Measles is now in Manhattan, Staten Island, Queens and Brooklyn, bringing New York City's caseload to 550 sick with the highly contagious disease sweeping the city, state and entire US.Measles is now in Manhattan, Staten Island, Queens and Brooklyn, bringing New York City's caseload to 550 sick with the highly contagious disease sweeping the city, state and entire US.

Measles hits Manhattan's upscale Chelsea neighborhood | Daily Mail Online

NEW YORK, NY — New York's measles outbreak, which until now has been relatively confined to Brooklyn and Rockland County, has spread to Staten Island and Manhattan, Health Department officials said Wednesday.NEW YORK, NY — New York's measles outbreak, which until now has been relatively confined to Brooklyn and Rockland County, has spread to Staten Island and Manhattan, Health Department officials said Wednesday. Of the 550 people diagnosed with measles citywide, seven are Staten Island residents and another lives in Manhattan. All but one of the Staten Island cases have been linked to Rockland County. The other Staten island case and the Manhattan case have been linked to Sunset Park in Brooklyn.

Measles outbreak spreads from Brooklyn to Manhattan, Staten Island | WPIX 11 New York

Six of the cases were reported in Willowbrook in March, while a more recent case was reported in Port Richmond.

City finds 7 measles cases on Staten Island as disease spreads - silive.com

“Measles cases have now spread to Staten Island (7) and Manhattan (1), per @nycHealthy. Total cases are up to 550. 6 of the 7 Staten Islanders sickened were exposed in Rockland County and the cases were reported belatedly.”

Erin Durkin on Twitter: "Measles cases have now spread to Staten Island (7) and Manhattan (1), per @nycHealthy. Total cases are up to 550. 6 of the 7 Staten Islanders sickened were exposed in Rockland County and the cases were reported belatedly."