There is a jaundice epidemic in Rozaje. The boring, persistent, infectious hepatitis A virus moved into this Montenegrin town (1000 meters above sea level) in August last year and reached epidemic proportions in November The epidemic spread with the speed of a bush fire in late February and early March this year. The health authorities […]

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