After 15 Die in Hepatitis Outbreak, San Diego Begins Sanitary Street Washing

An outbreak of hepatitis A has killed 15 and hospitalized 300 in San Diego, spurring the city to begin cleaning its streets every other week, the Los Angeles Times reports. Forty hand-washing stations are also being installed on the streets. Access to public restrooms is being expanded, too. The county called the city’s downtown a “fecally-contaminated environment” with “at-risk” populations — the homeless — needing these sanitary services most....

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