Hepatitis in England

Hepatitis b &  C  in England.

The World Health Organization says more cases of hepatitis B are likely to be reported in the UK in the coming days.

Doctors and scientists are investigating 74 cases of liver inflammation, many of which have been diagnosed in recent weeks.

The UK’s Health Security Agency inform there were 49 cases in England, 13 in Scotland, and the rest in Wales and Northern Ireland.

The children were tested for a common virus that causes hepatitis, but no virus was found.

Authorities are investigating possible other diseases and viruses.

The  Health Organization.

The World Health Organization (WHO) said in an update on Friday that 10 serious cases had been reported in children under the age of 10 on April 5. As of April 8, 74 cases had been diagnosed in the UK.

According to the World Health Organization, 9 out of 10 cases reported on April 5 showed symptoms in March and became ill in January. All 10 cases were diagnosed after hospitalization. These diseases include jaundice, dysentery, and abdominal pain.

Some 74 children have been transferred to specialized liver units, while six have undergone liver transplants.

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