As Samoa's measles epidemic worsens, other Pacific countries are taking strong measures to keep their populations safe.
Last night Samoa's health ministry confirmed 16 people have died, with the latest victim a seven-month old child from Savai'i.
The country has more than 1000 people infected with measles, with 114 cases recorded in the last 36 hours.
Tokelau - which is accessed by ferry from Samoa - is now tightening its immigration rules and screening everyone who steps onto it atolls.
Alex Perrottet has more.