“No known epidemiological link or common exposures were found among these children.”
On April 21, 2022, the CDC issued a nationwide health alert about mysterious cases of hepatitis found in young children in the state of Alabama and told the healthcare providers to be on the lookout for any symptoms associated with hepatitis.
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The hepatitis origins are unknown, and the young kids were discovered to have been infected with adenovirus.
The CDC claims that agencies are working with the Alabama Department of Public Health to discover what happened and what was described as “a cluster of nine cases of hepatitis of unknown origin in children ranging from 1 to 6 years old.”
The infected children were healthy, and they weren’t initially admitted into the hospital due to any C-19 infection.
The first case was found in October 2021, and five children were hospitalized with liver injuries.
Later they were diagnosed with hepatitis, with all nine of the children testing positive for adenovirus.
The CDC stated that some kids “had adenovirus type 41, which more commonly causes pediatric acute gastroenteritis,” but “No known epidemiological link or common exposures were found among these children.”
After the statewide alert issued in Alabama, no additional cases have been reported.
The CDC stated they’re “aware of an increase in cases of pediatric hepatitis without a known cause recently reported in Europe.”
The CDC contacted the European health officials about this case, and they concluded that there had been many children infected with adenovirus.