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Japan adds 11 new cases of childhood hepatitis of unknown etiology, totaling 47 cases_Health and Welfare_Report_Labor

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Japan adds 11 new cases of childhood hepatitis of unknown etiology, totaling 47 cases_Health and Welfare_Report_Labor

Original title: Japan added 11 new cases of hepatitis of unknown etiology in children, a total of 47 cases

Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (screenshot from Nippon TV’s report)

Overseas Network, June 10. According to a report by Nippon TV on the 10th, the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare announced that as of the 9th local time, Japan reported 11 new cases of acute hepatitis of unknown etiology in children, with a total of 47 cases reported. Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare said that none of the 47 cases had undergone liver transplantation, of which five tested positive for the new coronavirus and three were positive for adenovirus.

On April 25, Japan reported its first case of acute hepatitis in a child of unknown etiology. Japan’s National Institute of Infectious Diseases said in a report released on May 27 that there was no sign of an increase in children with acute hepatitis of unknown etiology in Japan, but it would continue to collect relevant information from various countries. (Wu Qian from Overseas Network)

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