Jakarta ● Mon, May 23 2022
Educators and health experts say that in-classroom learning should continue despite recent discoveries of a poorly understood form of child hepatitis, but they have urged parents and the government to keep close watch over health and hygiene protocols.
As of last week, the Health Ministry had investigated 27 cases thought to be connected to the mysterious illness, but only one had been classified as a probable case based on criteria set out by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Acute hepatitis of unknown origin, as the condition is known, has been ruled out in thirteen cases, and the remaining 13 are pending classification.
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