The Health Ministry in Brazil has identified 70 cases of yellow fever and 40 deaths from an outbreak across nine states in the country. Health officials are urging people to get vaccinations to prevent it from spreading further. Another 47 deaths and 368 suspect cases are under investigation as well. There were just seven cases diagnosed last year and this is the highest amount in the country since 2003. Public health centers ran out of vaccines as citizens got shots. Health officials said they distributed 5.5 million yellow fever vaccines with another 11.5 million to come.