The most common hepatitis E symptoms include pale stools, a yellowing of the skin, and darkening of the urine.
Patients have also reported tiredness, a fever, committing, abdominal pain, and a loss of appetite.
The UK government has urged anybody who thinks they may have hepatitis E to speak to a doctor.
You could lower your risk of infection by cooking meat thoroughly, washing your hands before preparing and eating food, and by boiling all drinking water when you’re travelling.
(Additional reporting by Maria Ortega)
Published at Mon, 11 May 2020 17:21:00 +0000