health The hepatitis A outbreak that has been going on since late February has now ended, according to the National Food Administration. The total number fell ill between February 26 and April 17, eleven people in eight districts, and the new date was thought to be the highlight of the drama.
The source of infection at the same time has not been fully determined through analysis, but because it has been so long since the last infection was discovered, the outbreak is considered to have ended.
All infected eat dates from Iran, but with different brands. The National Food Administration also notes that tracking infections is difficult. It takes several weeks from the time of infection to the disease and sometimes there is nothing left from the food to analyze. In addition, infections can be found in some packages while the rest are free from infection.
The hepatitis A virus causes hepatitis A liver disease, inflammation that can cause jaundice.