The recent measles outbreak has many people afraid to travel. This fear has especially increased for people who plan on attending the Super Bowl on Sunday.

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It's easy for the measles to spread, especially when there are a lot of people in a contained area. The issue of whether or not to get the measles vaccination adds to the hysteria. Those who are not vaccinated increase the chance of spreading the disease. Many people support getting vaccinated, because they don't want to risk catching the measles, but others who believe there is a relation between vaccines and Autism do not want their children to be immunized.

Do you think the hysteria measles outbreak is worth putting your travel plans on hold? Is the paranoia surround the outbreak legitimate, or are people just overreacting?