Measles outbreak in Swansea hits 620 cases

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The number of reported cases of measles in South Wales has reached 620, and public health authorities warn there is no sign of the outbreak coming to an end.

The latest figure is an increase of 32 on Friday. Despite extra clinics being laid on in Swansea, thousands of children have yet to be vaccinated.

Fergus Walsh reports.

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