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San Diego County Hepatitis A Outbreak 2017

Fewer Hepatitis A Cases Reported in October

Fewer Hepatitis A Cases Reported in October

September saw 81 cases reported where 31 cases were reported in October. »

Death Toll Rises in San Diego's Hepatitis A Outbreak

Death Toll Rises in San Diego's Hepatitis A Outbreak

Twenty people in San Diego County have died as a result of the Hepatitis A outbreak, officials said Tuesday. »

Ages, Gender of Hepatitis A Victims Released by County Officials

Ages, Gender of Hepatitis A Victims Released by County Officials

For the first time, San Diego County officials are releasing the ages and gender of the 19 people who have died in the Hepatitis A outbreak. »

Map Shows Location of Hepatitis A Cases in San Diego County

Map Shows Location of Hepatitis A Cases in San Diego County

San Diego County officials have released a map showing the confirmed Hepatitis A cases by zip code. »

Gov. Calls for More Vaccines in Hep A Outbreak Emergency

Gov. Calls for More Vaccines in Hep A Outbreak Emergency

Governor Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency Friday over a statewide Hepatitis A outbreak, citing a need to increase the current adult vaccine supply. »

Homeless May Move Into Old Chargers Training Camp
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Homeless May Move Into Old Chargers Training Camp

The Murphy Canyon Road training facility, abandoned when the Chargers moved to Los Angeles, sits on 14 acres of land owned by the city. »

Hep A Cases in Colorado, Arizona Linked to San Diego

Hep A Cases in Colorado, Arizona Linked to San Diego

Cases in Colorado and Arizona have been linked to the San Diego County Outbreak. »

19 Die From Hep. A, Emergency Declaration Extended: County
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19 Die From Hep. A, Emergency Declaration Extended: County

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors extended the local health emergency declaration for another two weeks once again Tuesday. »

Hillcrest Church Offers Hep A Vaccines

Hillcrest Church Offers Hep A Vaccines

A Hillcrest church offered free Hepatitis A vaccines on Sunday to help curb the outbreak that killed 18 people since last November. »

SDFD Personnel to Help Offer Hepatitis A Vaccines
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SDFD Personnel to Help Offer Hepatitis A Vaccines

With new emergency protocols put in place by the state, San Diego Fire-Rescue personnel will soon be able to administer vaccines to help stop the spread of Hepatitis A amid the outbreak in San Diego. »

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