Seira Kurian

LA County Department of Public Health

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Deputy medical director for LA County Department of Public Health.

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There’s an outbreak of hepatitis A in San Diego, and now Los Angeles County. It’s affecting the homeless population and those who work with them.

As hepatitis A outbreak hits LA, public health officials scramble to vaccinate the homeless

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