2019 has the second-highest number of confirmed measles cases since the disease was declared eradicated in 2000, according to new data from the CDC—and it’s only April. In the past three months alone, there have been 387 confirmed cases across fifteen states as anti-vaccine sentiment rages, toppling the 372 cases confirmed in the entirety of 2018. The only year with more measles cases since 2000 is 2014, which had 667; most other years had less than 200. There are currently six ongoing outbreaks, defined as three or more cases: two in New York, (where one county has banned all unvaccinated minors from public places) two in California, and one in New Jersey and Washington. The Centers said that the outbreaks were sparked by travelers from Ukraine, Israel, and the Philippines.