According to information from the Costa Rica Health Surveillance Directorate of the Ministry of Health Friday, three probable cases of hepatitis of unknown origin are currently reported, which are three minors, two two-year-olds, neighbors from Cartago and San José and another minor under three years old from Heredia.
The patients were hospitalized and are currently being treated on an outpatient basis, following up according to the general guidelines for dealing with probable cases of severe acute childhood hepatitis of unknown cause. Currently, all are at home, recovering and in good health.
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