Unidentified hepatitis almost reaches Australia after the first case was recorded in Japan


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Unidentified hepatitis almost reaches Australia after the first case was recorded in Japan
Unidentified hepatitis almost reaches Australia after the first case was recorded in Japan

Australia news- The hepatitis C disease recently spreading in the world is approaching Australia, where Asia recorded its first cases in Japan.

The disease affects children in particular, aged 16 or younger, and has recently appeared in Canada, Britain and the United States of America, in addition to other Western countries.

The World Health Organization had announced that the disease is rare in healthy children, but 190 cases around the world may tip the scales and change expectations, especially amid not knowing the cause of the recent outbreak so far.

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Many investigations were launched in several countries on the matter and cooperated with the World Health Organization to reach satisfactory results.

The disease led to the death of a child in a country that was not disclosed by the World Health Organization, and the organization said that Covid-19 may have contributed to a decrease in children's immunity, which increased the chance of them contracting the disease.

Here are the symptoms of recently spread hepatitis:

  • Yellow eyes and skin
  • dark urine
  • Gray stools
  • Itch
  • Muscle and joint pain
  • fever and high temperature
  • Exhaustion
  • Loss of appetite and abdominal pain
  • Read also: Hundreds of candy and chocolate boxes pulled from Coles, Woolworths and IGA because they were contaminated with salmonella

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