A review into Wales' biggest measles outbreak says authorities still need to do more to eradicate the infection, which began in 2012.
Here's what you need to know:
- There were originally only four cases of measles found in November last year
- 1,202 people contracted the infection, 88 were hospitalised and one person died
- During the outbreak period, 77,805 vaccines were administered
- Two doses of the MMR are 99% effective in protecting against measles
- It is believed 42,000 Welsh children are still not protected against the infection
- Swansea and Port Talbot have the highest record of cases between 2012-13
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