As of today many doctor clinics in Canterbury will have no measles vaccinations.
There are 25 confirmed cases of the disease with huge pressure for the MMR vaccination.
Canterbury Primary Response Group coordinator Dr Phil Schroeder told Kate Hawkesby Canterbury has high levels of vaccinated people.
"It's not the low rates of vaccination, it's the fact that measles is such a contagious virus - it's the most contagious virus known to human-kind."
Schroeder says hopefully there will be more vaccinations tomorrow.