The measles outbreak, which began in September 2017, has affected 568 people.
As of December 27, eight measles cases have been reported since the first case was reported on December 1.
Public Health England (PHE) reports that the measles outbreaks reported in the cities of Leeds, Liverpool, and Birmingham are linked to travel to other areas of Europe.
Over 9,200 measles cases have been registered since Fall 2016, with 34 deaths.
The National Center for Surveillance and Control of Communicable Diseases reports 8937 cases from 41 counties so far.
Some previous and active measles outbreaks in other European countries have been epidemiologically linked to the Romanian outbreak.
Since the outbreak began this past September, Romania has had 5,290 cases with 24 deaths.
Several Twin Cities hospitals and clinic systems have instituted precautionary limits on visitors in response to a measles outbreak, which has sickened 48 people.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued travel notices for Romania, Belgium, Italy, and Germany.