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Large and prolonged food-borne multistate hepatitis A outbreak in Europe associated with consumption of frozen berries, 2013 to 2014

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Severi, E. ; Verhoef, L. ; Thornton, L. ; Guzman-Herrador, B. R. ; Faber, M. ; Sundqvist, L. ; Rimhanen-Finne, R. ; Roque-Afonso, A. M. ; Ngui, S. L. ; Allerberger, F. ; Baumann-Popczyk, A. ; Muller, L. ; Parmakova, K. ; Alfonsi, V. ; Tavoschi, L. ; Vennema, H. ; Fitzgerald, M. ; Myrmel, M. ; Gertler, M. ; Ederth, J. ; Kontio, M. ; Vanbockstael, C. ; Mandal, S. ; Sadkowska-Todys, M. ; Tosti, M. E. ; Schimmer, B. ; O Gorman, J. ; Stene-Johansen, K. ; Wenzel, Jürgen J. ; Jones, G. ; Balogun, K. ; Ciccaglione, A. R. ; O Connor, L. ; Vold, L. ; Takkinen, J. ; Rizzo, C.
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In May 2013, Italy declared a national outbreak of hepatitis A, which also affected several foreign tourists who had recently visited the country. Molecular investigations identified some cases as infected with an identical strain of hepatitis A virus subgenotype IA. After additional European Union/European Economic Area (EU/EEA) countries reported locally acquired and travel-related cases ...


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