Reports of hepatitis A infections in the United States increased by about 300 percent in 2016-2018 compared with the previous two years, according to research published this week by the Centers for Disease Control ad Prevention.

A significant percentage of the confirmed patients in 2016-2018 were infected by contaminated food,
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The number of new cases of Hepatitis A being reported in Hawaii appears to be slowing, with only five additional patients being confirmed in the past week. However, foodservice workers at restaurants and an elementary school cafeteria have been confirmed as among the 276 victims, spurring public health and school
Continue Reading Hawaii’s Hepatitis A count hits 276, including school cafeteria worker