Health chiefs say they 'continue to be concerned' at the number of cases of measles in the Swansea and Neath Port Talbot areas.
Nearly 200 people have been diagnosed since the outbreak started in November, with 20 new cases in the last week alone.
More than 30 schools and nurseries have been affected so far.
Public Health Wales says it is working closely with Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board to combat the outbreak.
More top news
There's another call for Labour AMs to use the time before Carwyn Jones steps down to allow the party space to discuss its future direction
The odd shower at times but otherwise it's a decent day for much of Wales with plenty of sunshine!
They beat England 21-15 in the final of the World Deaf Rugby Sevens Championship in Australia.