Toronto Public Health says a measles outbreak that resulted in 10 confirmed cases of the disease over the last two months is now over.

The outbreak was first declared on Feb. 2 after public health officials became aware of four cases, including two cases involving children under the age of two.

During the course of the outbreak, Toronto Public Health held several immunization clinics across the city and waged a public relations campaign to warn parents about the dangers of not having their children vaccinated.

In a statement issued Tuesday afternoon, the agency confirmed that the outbreak is now over and thanked residents for their “support and assistance in preventing and controlling vaccine preventable diseases.”

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