A year after severe outbreak, more Somali-American kids are vaccinated against measles

Amira Hassan wears a mask to protect her as she plays in the waiting room.
In this 2017 photo, Amira Hassan, of Burnsville, Minn., plays in the waiting room at the specialty clinic at Children's Minnesota in Minneapolis, while her dad, Mohamud Hassan, fills out paperwork. A year after a measles outbreak, the vaccination rates in Minnesota have increased 16 percentage points among Somali-American children.