Yeremit Casco, 2, is held by his mother Dinia Mendoza as he is vaccinated by Jorge Valladares at the Florida Health Miami-Dade County Health District Center on Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015. As the worst measles outbreak in 20 years sweeps the country, more kindergarteners enter school without their shots in Miami-Dade than in any other Florida county. And more Miami-Dade County parents than ever before are foregoing vaccinations for their kids.
Yeremit Casco, 2, is held by his mother Dinia Mendoza as he is vaccinated by Jorge Valladares at the Florida Health Miami-Dade County Health District Center on Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015. As the worst measles outbreak in 20 years sweeps the country, more kindergarteners enter school without their shots in Miami-Dade than in any other Florida county. And more Miami-Dade County parents than ever before are foregoing vaccinations for their kids. Al Diaz MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Yeremit Casco, 2, is held by his mother Dinia Mendoza as he is vaccinated by Jorge Valladares at the Florida Health Miami-Dade County Health District Center on Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015. As the worst measles outbreak in 20 years sweeps the country, more kindergarteners enter school without their shots in Miami-Dade than in any other Florida county. And more Miami-Dade County parents than ever before are foregoing vaccinations for their kids. Al Diaz MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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