Unprecedented hepatitis A outbreak causes 20 deaths in California

Some cities in California are struggling to respond to an outbreak of hepatitis A. Twenty people have died in the worst outbreak of its kind in the US for 20 years.

    Some cities in California are struggling to respond to an outbreak of hepatitis A.

    Twenty people have died in the worst outbreak of its kind in the US for 20 years.

    Homeless people are among those worst affected as the city of San Diego struggles to cope.

    Al Jazeera's Jacob Ward reports from San Diego, California.


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