While the COVID-19 pandemic remains the focus of media, politicians and the public, the hepatitis A outbreak in Florida never really went away. The Florida Department of Health has reported an additional 990 hepatitis A outbreak cases through December 19. While high, much less than 3405 cases seen in 2019.
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While all attention has been on the COVID-19 pandemic this year, in which Florida has reported more than 61,000 cases and nearly 2700 deaths, the hepatitis A outbreak in the state that began in 2018 continues. Hepatitis A activity decreased from last month and was similar to the previous 5-year average
NEWS TALK with Brandon & Bob debuted this week and Robert Herriman, editor-in-chief of Outbreak News Today broke down many of the key elements of the outbreak. Herriman gives an overview of various stats, some of the facts which are more clear than months and how the politicians have responded
The COVID-19 death toll in Pinellas County is now at four after the Florida Department of Health released new data Saturday morning. The new deaths include an 83-year-old woman, a 64-year-old man and a 52-year-old man. Mayor Rick Kriseman tweeted Saturday that realtor Bob Barnum was among those who have died. “COVID-19 hitting closer and closer to home. Bob
The Florida Department of Health (DOH) reported an additional 34 hepatitis A outbreak cases last week, bringing the total for the year to 239. From January 1, 2018 through February 15, 2020, 4,184 hepatitis A cases were reported. While Polk County in the Tampa Bay area continues to report some
The hepatitis A outbreak in Florida continues as state health officials reported an additional 33 cases during the week ending Dec. 7. This puts the total cases at 3,221 since the beginning of the year and 3,769 hepatitis A cases since the outbreak started at the beginning of 2018. 56 hepatitis
The hepatitis A outbreak in Florida has hit 3,500 cases since it started in Jan. 2018 after reporting 62 cases last week. From January 1, 2018 through November 2, 2019, 3,518 hepatitis A cases were reported, according to state health officials. Since the beginning of this year, 2,970 cases have