Most cases have been reported in Ivano-Frankivsk (1807), Transcarpathian (1607), Odessa (1207), Chernivtsi (855), and Lviv (870).
From January 1, 2016 through April 6, 2018, 11,988 measles cases have been confirmed in Romania, including 46 deaths.
Overall, 62 cases of measles have been reported to the Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) including 40 confirmed cases, one probable case, and 21 possible measles cases.
After a decades-long vaccination campaign, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared Latin America free of measles in 2016, but two years later an outbreak in Venezuela is threatening that achievement.
Since last week, the number of measles cases in France has increased by more than 150, bringing the total since November to 1,077 cases.
Serbian health authorities have registered 3,650 cases of measles in the current outbreak.
During the first 10 weeks of 2018, 7069 people have been infected by measles in Ukraine.
The current outbreak began in November, and since then 913 cases have been registered.
Cases of measles tripled in Europe last year because of a continent-wide outbreak.
The Ukrainian Health Ministry on January 16 said it had registered 1,285 cases of measles in the first two weeks of 2018.