7 November 2013Last updated at 11:01 ET
The number of cases of measles in an outbreak in Neath and Swansea has more than doubled in the last two weeks.
Public Health Wales (PHW) renewed its call for parents to urgently get their children vaccinated to stop the disease spreading.
PHW said it was “very frustrated” with cases reaching 36 since early October.
The latest outbreak comes less than four months after Wales’ biggest measles outbreak ended – centred on the same area with 1,200 suspected cases.
The outbreak has affected four schools in the Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board (ABM) area.
We are very keen for this to be stopped before it can get any bigger ”
Dr Jorg HoffmannPublic Health Wales
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