According to the CDC, since the hepatitis A outbreaks were first identified in 2016, more than 17,000 cases reported and at least 170 deaths as a result of hepatitis A virus (HAV) infection have been reported.

Pennsylvania is the latest state to declare an outbreak, the 24th to date.

In this video, I look at Pennsylvania, it’s neighbors, the national situation and the importance of the vaccine.

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Earth’s Virology Professor: Vincent Racaniello, PhD

Medical Laboratory Professionals and Lab Week 2019 with Rodney Rohde, PhD

Infectious disease news brief: ‘No evidence that Enterovirus D68 is an imported disease’

Polio, Pakistan, the progress and difficulties with WHO spokesperson, Oliver Rosenbauer

Health promotion, disease outbreaks and public health with Glenn Laverack, PhD

Medicine and the media with Amesh Adalja, MD

Pandemic flu, vaccine-preventable diseases and more with CIDRAP Director, Michael Osterholm, PhD on Outbreak News TV