Amid the largest nationwide measles outbreak in 17 years, vaccination rates in West Marin increased dramatically, though they still fall short of countywide rates and goals. This school year, the percentage of West Marin kindergartners who were vaccinated was 90 percent, below the 95 percent threshold believed to achieve community immunity. Yet that rate was a leap from 2015 . . .

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