In the district of Deschut, there are three recent cases of hepatitis A
CDC by CNN
CDC by CNN
BEND, Ore. ̵
The program director, Heather Kaysner, said that two cases were recorded in April and the third last week, all of them included adults who had experienced "housing instability." No one was exposed in restaurants or schools, "Kaisner added. reported last year about a disease that spreads through contact with other people in poor sanitary conditions, and only about the last four years.
She noted that the hepatitis A vaccine, introduced more than 20 years ago, led to the fall of outbreaks, mainly after Oregon and other states demanded immunization for students in public schools. during the investigation. The disease is usually spread by the fact that someone is using something infected with the feces of an infected person. Symptoms include fever, fatigue, nausea, abdominal pain, dark urine, joint pain and jaundice. Most people are fully recovered during treatment, although there may be problems, especially for those who already have a poor health condition.
Despite the fact that officials believe that a recent series of cases, Kaisner said that the district has acquired even more a vaccine against hepatitis A from the state and will offer it in places that help the homeless.
More details: https://www.cdc.gov/hepatitis/hav/pdfs/hepageneralfactsheet.pdf