Yes.

Yes, when all the following criteria have been met:

The childhood and adolescent immunization program in the United States has resulted in a greater than 99% decrease in the reported incidence of measles since 1963. However, travelers from other countries where measles is more common may cause outbreaks among unimmunized people in the United States.

Adapted from Managing Infectious Diseases in Child Care and Schools: A Quick Reference Guide.

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