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    Outbreak of Hepatitis A Virus Linked to Imported Frozen Berries (Ireland)

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    Eat lots of them myself. Thought I'd throw this on here just in case.

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    Yikes. Stay safe!
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    And for other parts of Europe:

    The FSAI states that in Italy there is currently an outbreak of the same strain of Hepatitis A virus as that identified in Ireland, which is also linked to the consumption of imported frozen berries. Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland are similarly dealing with outbreaks of Hepatitis A virus linked to imported frozen berries, however, the strain of Hepatitis A virus in the Scandinavian outbreak is different to that identified in Ireland and Italy.

    I used to buy them and eat them frozen, probably about the only frozen fruit/vegetable you do not have to cook.
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