Only vaccinated students will be allowed back in once the school reopens
A case of the measles has shut down an elementary school in Nevada County, California in hopes of preventing a mass outbreak.
It was discovered that an unvaccinated student who was infected with the measles attended school before the spring break. Nevada County has some of the lowest rates of vaccination in the State of California, so officials are obviously concerned with containing the disease.
Credit: CBS Sacramento
See what this school is doing to try to prevent a larger scale outbreak