Hepatitis E surge confirmed in South Sudanese refugee camps
January 25, 2013
Juba, South Sudan (UNHCR) – A surge in the number of cases of Hepatitis E in the four refugee camps near the border with Sudan has contaminated 3,319 people and led to 69 deaths since July, the Southern Sudanese government, UNHCR, and the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed Saturday.
The increase in the number of cases and suspected cases has mainly affected the Yusuf Batil camp, which alone (...)
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