Associated Press
May 3, 2012

Gov. Chris Gregoire is taking new action to curb the spread of whooping cough.

Gregoire and Secretary of Health Mary Selecky will announce new plans Thursday in Tacoma. Health officials say the state is on pace to reach more than 3,000 whooping cough cases for the year, and they are urging people to get vaccinated.

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