Sixty-eight people have now died in Samoa due to the measles epidemic.
The latest three deaths took place over the weekend.
Samoa's government said there had been nearly 4600 measles cases reported since the outbreak began in October.
There were 121 new cases between Saturday and Sunday.
There are currently 159 people hospitalised because of the measles, including 17 critically ill children and one pregnant woman.
Latest update: 4,581 measles cases have been reported since the outbreak with 121 recorded in the last 24 hours. To date, 68 measles related deaths have been recorded.— Government of Samoa (@samoagovt) December 8, 2019
VACCINATION UPDATE: As of 7 Dec, 90% of population have been vaccinated (graphic attached). pic.twitter.com/E01TBPzmz8
The government ordered a shutdown of the nation on Thursday and Friday to try to cope with the epidemic.
Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi said more than 20,000 vaccines were administered over the space of the two-day lockdown designed to stem the tide of the deadly measles epidemic, with vaccination teams visiting households to administer shots.