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WHO announced: Mysterious hepatitis incidents rose to 700, deaths to 10

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The World Health Organization announced that mysterious hepatitis cases rose to 700 and the death toll increased to 10.

At the press conference held at the organization’s headquarters in Geneva, WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus shared the latest updates on mysterious hepatitis events.

Ghebreyesus reported that 700 hepatitis cases from 34 countries have been confirmed so far, and investigations of 112 cases are continuing.

Stating that at least 38 children infected with the virus had to undergo liver transplantation, Ghebreyesus noted that 10 children lost their lives.

Ghebreyesus stated that WHO continues to examine the source of the virus in harmony with member countries.

Mysterious hepatitis of unknown cause, with symptoms such as jaundice, diarrhea, vomiting and abdominal pain, is seen in children aged 1 month to mid-16 years.

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