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
January was a cold month for Florida’s wildlife and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission says 35 manatees were killed because of cold weather Jan. 1 through Jan. 26. Overall, January 2018 was the deadliest for manatees in years, with 87 dying, the majority of which was from cold stress.