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Health workers continue to research around a surge in hepatitis A



MARTIN COUNTY, FL – Health workers work around the clock in the county of Martin to find out where 16 cases of hepatitis A came from

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"At the moment, we are working to confirm a number of information," said Renee Rose, a spokeswoman for the Department of Health.

Hepatitis A is an infectious liver disease that spreads to humans through food, beverages or objects that are contaminated with a small amount of feces. The most important issue is how the affected patients.

"If a patient is available, they go to this patient and report on a number of things, such as life questions, where you eat, where you work, what you do," Rus said.

Recently a couple of Palm City died of complications of hepatitis A.

Jeffrey and Nancy Kirsch were found dead in their home on March 28.

WPTV works to confirm the third local death, possibly related to hepatitis A. Neighbors of the dead say that the obituary is written by a widow person that he recently died of illness. At this time, the Palm Beach District and the County of Martin are considered "high risk" since this year both have at least a few cases.

Six cases were registered in the Palm Beach District, two cases registered in St. Petersburg. The Lucy and Okichoby districts, and none in the Indian River County.


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