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Kentucky's 'too low and too slow' response to the nation's worst hepatitis A outbreak

USATODAY.com Friday, 22 February 2019
Kentucky's 'too low and too slow' response to the nation's worst hepatitis A outbreakKentucky's hepatitis A outbreak is the worst this century, sickening nearly 4,100 and killing 40. And the state could have done more to control it.
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