CDC Releases 2019 National Viral Hepatitis Surveillance Report

May 28, 2021 | Shalesha Majors

This week, the CDC released National Viral Hepatitis Surveillance Report – United States, 2019, its annual report analyzing viral hepatitis trends in the United States. The report demonstrates that concerning trends in the spread of viral hepatitis continued in 2019, with cases of hepatitis A increasing 1325% and cases of acute hepatitis C increasing 63% since 2015. Meanwhile, progress against hepatitis B remains stalled.


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