Hepatitis of unknown origin outbreak in Europe

Cases of hepatitis of unknown nature have already been detected in 12 international locations in the EU.
The EU government said about forty cases had been shown. We are talking about young people from one month to 16 years.
In mid-April, statistics on cases of hepatitis among young people with unknown home origins appeared in the UK, Ireland, Spain and various international locations.
Laboratory tests no longer tested for hepatitis A, b, c, e, and d viruses, but the coronavirus or adenovirus was altered as found in several samples.

Cases of acute hepatitis of unknown origin are no longer reported in Russia. Several doctors argue that this disease is infectious, most likely viral.
Earlier, the immunologist warned that as soon as the coronavirus spreads, Europe would spread the flu epidemic along a severe route of disruption.

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