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your kill day camp and suffer New York is preparing for a different kind of summer camps owner and director is tightening rules around vaccines as the US grapples with the worst outbreak of the disease since nineteen ninety two he sent out this email saying religious exemptions for vaccinations will no longer be allowed everyone in our grounds all of our campers and all of our staff will have either proof of immunity for MMR vaccination deer kill is in Rockland county New York the epicenter of the measles outbreak were more than two hundred sixty cases have been reported it's also home to an ultra orthodox Jewish community which largely rejects vaccinations on Monday the CDC announced twenty two new measles cases in the U. S. bringing the year's total to one thousand forty four most of the new cases were reported in Rockland county which is why this campaign it's nurse are taking precautions against the highly contagious and potentially deadly disease it's one of those things in nursing school that we went through the childhood diseases unit we learned about it but we kind of glossed over it because it's something that really wasn't seen health officials say the latest outbreak has mostly affected school age children who have not received the vaccine because their parents have opted out due to religious reasons are concerns that the vaccine may cause autism the CDC says those concerns are unfounded and is urging all parents to get their children vaccinated