The Knox County village of Danville calls itself the gateway to Amish country. It’s here that the county health department has set up a makeshift clinic. It’s attracting dozens of families who come in to be vaccinated against measles.
In a handful of central Ohio counties, public health officials are traveling back roads and setting up these clinics in churches and town halls. They’re trying to contain a measles outbreak among the mostly unvaccinated Amish community.