Health officials in Wiltshire will be giving MMR vaccinations to pupils at a school in Devizes from tomorrow, after the school confirmed it had 2 cases of measles.
It comes as authorities in South Wales deal with a measles epidemic which has affected more than a thousand people.
Wesley Smith reports:
There have been 43 measles cases in Gloucestershire over the past six months - one of very few areas in the West Country to have confirmed cases of the disease.
The government has announced a vaccination catch-up programme for 10 to 16 year-olds who weren't vaccinated during the MMR scare.