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الاثنين، 29 يوليو 2019

A virus occurs as a result of water and food contaminated

A virus occurs as a result of water and food  contaminated 

A virus occurs as a result of water and food  contaminated

A virus

Newsweek reported that the outbreak of A virus began in August 2017. The first cases reported in Kentucky have since been reported to have reached states across America, infecting more than 22,000 people and causing 13,000 deaths. Treatment in hospitals, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Kentucky was the worst hit, with 4,777 people infected as of July 2019. Ohio had the second-highest number of people infected with 3200 people since the beginning of 2018.

Symptoms of hepatitis A include fever, jaundice (yellowing of the skin and eyes), fatigue, nausea, and diarrhea. Unlike other forms of hepatitis, hepatitis does not usually cause chronic liver disease.

The virus could spread in many ways, according to the World Health Organization, often linked to inadequate sanitation or access to safe drinking water. Previous outbreaks in the United States have been associated with people who consume contaminated food and personal contact.

Before the outbreak began, the annual number of hepatitis A cases reported in the United States has been declining since the late 1990s.

In 1999, the CDC began recommending vaccination of children against hepatitis A during their first year of life. Between 2000 and 2005, the United States reduced the number of reported cases by half, from 10,000 to 5,000 people.

The rates of infection continued to decline after the Food and Drug Administration issued the Food and Drug Act of 2005, reaching its lowest level of 1,390 cases in 2013.

The CDC is sending guidance to foodservice companies on the importance of handwashing to prevent the transmission of pathogens transmitted by food such as salmonella, shigella, E. coli, and hepatitis A.

Currently, all 50 states have laws requiring food service establishments to show staff reminders to wash their hands.

The current epidemic of hepatitis B differs from previous outbreaks. In many states, people with displacement and intravenous drug users are the most vulnerable. Some states, such as Louisiana, where 406 people have been infected, have set up free vaccination stations, To prevent outbreaks of the disease among vulnerable populations, California and Utah are the only two units to report the spread of the disease in their state.

In a report on the end of the outbreak, California attributed its victory to the virus because of "huge efforts" by local health departments.

On the occasion of World Hepatitis Day, the government said older Americans are detecting hepatitis C, another type of hepatitis virus, which can cause liver cancer.

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