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After more than 2,000 cases of reported hepatitis A cases in Florida this year, state Surgeon General Scott Rivkees declared a public health emergency Thursday.After more than 2,000 cases of reported hepatitis A cases in Florida this year, state Surgeon General Scott Rivkees declared a public health emergency Thursday.

Florida Surgeon General issued Public Health Emergency in response to hepatitis A outbreak

With the alarming spread of hepatitis A — more than 2,000 cases of reported cases in Florida this year — state Surgeon General Scott Rivkees declared a public health emergency.With the alarming spread of hepatitis A — more than 2,000 cases of reported cases in Florida this year — state Surgeon General Scott Rivkees declared a public health emergency.

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After more than 2,000 cases of reported hepatitis A cases in Florida this year, state Surgeon General Scott Rivkees declared a public health emergency Thursday.After more than 2,000 cases of reported hepatitis A cases in Florida this year, state Surgeon General Scott Rivkees declared a public health emergency Thursday.

Surgeon general declares Hepatitis A public health emergency