KLAMATH COUNTY-- The Klamath County School District says all students in the district need to be up to date on immunizations by February 20th.
Right now the district says that 98% of students have been vaccinated against the measles.
District Superintendent says if students are exposed to measles and have not been vaccinated, there is little that can be done to prevent it's spread.
The district released a statement yesterday saying vaccinations are required for all public school students and if students are not vaccinated they will be excluded from school starting on February 20th.
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