The Ministry of Health monitors 44 suspected cases of acute hepatitis in Brazil, three of them in Rio Grande do Sul. According to a survey published by the federal government’s Monitoring Secretariat, this Saturday, ten other states have also reported suspected cases of the still-unidentified disease. According to the Republika Srpska Health Department, cases were reported by the municipalities of Rio Grande do Sul to the Ministry of Health.
With 14 patients being monitored, São Paulo has the largest number. According to the government, three suspected cases had been ignored as of Saturday.
operations room Created for monitoring and tracking Cases of acute hepatitis in the country. The federal government’s initiative aims to support the investigation of reported cases of the disease across Brazil, as well as to collect evidence to identify possible causes.
Cases of hepatitis of unclear etiology were first reported in the UK, when higher than normal rates of acute hepatitis were detected. Because it is a disease of unknown cause, the World Health Organization has monitored the sudden increase in cases among children and adolescents.
Cases under observation
SP (14), MG (07), RJ (06), PR (02), PE (03), SC (03), RS (03), MS (03), ES (01), GO (01) and Master(01)
MG (01), SP (01), PR (01)
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