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  4. South Carolina declares statewide outbreak of hepatitis A after 4-fold increase in cases  Greenville News
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The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) said Monday they are investigating a statewide outbreak of hepatitis A cases in South Carolina.The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) said Monday they are investigating a statewide outbreak of hepatitis A cases in South Carolina.

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Confirmed cases of Hepatitis A are skyrocketing in the Palmetto State.Confirmed cases of Hepatitis A are skyrocketing in the Palmetto State.

Health officials declare Hepatitis A outbreak in South Carolina

A 4-fold increase in hepatitis A has led SC health officials to declare a statewide outbreak and call for stepped up vaccination among at-risk groups.A 4-fold increase in hepatitis A has led SC health officials to declare a statewide outbreak and call for stepped up vaccination among at-risk groups.

Hepatitis A increases four-fold in SC, DHEC declares state outbreak

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This map outlines where in the United States active cases of hepatitis A have been reported in the past 12 months.This map outlines where in the United States active cases of hepatitis A have been reported in the past 12 months.

Hepatitis A Outbreak Map - Hep

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COLUMBIA, S. C. (WACH) - South Carolina health officials have declared a statewide outbreak of hepatitis A. The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control says there is an increasing number of Hepatitis A case cases in Aiken County and other parts of the state. “Given the steady increase in cases, we determined that South Carolina is experiencing an outbreak,” said Dr. Linda Bell, state epidemiologist and director of the Bureau of Communicable Disease Prevention and Control.COLUMBIA, S. C. (WACH) - South Carolina health officials have declared a statewide outbreak of hepatitis A. The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control says there is an increasing number of Hepatitis A case cases in Aiken County and other parts of the state. “Given the steady increase in cases, we determined that South Carolina is experiencing an outbreak,” said Dr. Linda Bell, state epidemiologist and director of the Bureau of Communicable Disease Prevention and Control.

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South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control determined Monday that there was a statewide outbreak of hepatitis A. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control determined Monday that there was a statewide outbreak of hepatitis A. 

DHEC offers free vaccines following statewide hepatitis A outbreak

The hepatitis A outbreak in north Alabama continues to grow and is now spreading south.The hepatitis A outbreak in north Alabama continues to grow and is now spreading south.

Hepatitis A outbreak spreads into central Alabama

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, hepatitis A is “usually transmitted person-to-person through the fecal-oral route or consumption of contaminated food or water.”According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, hepatitis A is “usually transmitted person-to-person through the fecal-oral route or consumption of contaminated food or water.”

SC public health officials warn against ‘significant increase’ of hepatitis A cases