Minnesota's second measles outbreak of the year, which began when a Dakota County baby was hospitalized in August, is over, health officials say.
One-year-old Mahi Abdallah fell ill after a family trip to Kenya, where the disease is widespread. After he returned to Minnesota, a cousin and an unrelated adult also were infected.
No new cases have surfaced since August, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
Since the infectious period -- usually about three weeks -- has long passed, health officials said they do not expect any more cases associated with this outbreak.
In February and March, more than 20 children and adults were infected in a separate outbreak in Hennepin County.
The Health Department continues to advise those traveling overseas to vaccinate children as young as 6 months if they're going to countries where outbreaks are common, such as parts of Africa and Europe.