JOHANNESBURG - The Gauteng Health Department wants to vaccinate at least 95% of children against measles.
It says it is concerned that the disease might spread in schools.
It comes amid a rapid spread of infections across the country.
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#MeaslesOutbreakUpdate The number of measles cases continues to rise, with a total of 382 laboratory-confirmed cases. Any person who is not immune to measles can catch measles from an infected person; the reported cases range from 2 months to 60 years. https://t.co/tSQ4rdv9Tv pic.twitter.com/gafuo9FnQr— NICD (@nicd_sa) January 18, 2023