contagious disease Florida Expands Vaccination Programs In Response To The Worst Hepatitis A Outbreak In Recent History By Chris Remington • Jun 12, 2019 Florida is experiencing one of the worst Hepatitis A outbreaks in recent history. The State Department of Health puts the number of cases for this year at 1,466 as of Monday. That’s more than the 1,175 total cases reported in the past 5 years. Hepatitis A Outbreak Nears 1,500 Cases By News Service of Florida • Jun 11, 2019 Betty Partin / CDC With Pasco and Pinellas counties accounting for more than a third of the cases this year, a hepatitis A outbreak continues to expand. How Measles Detectives Work To Contain An Outbreak By Jenny Gold - Kaiser Health News • Jun 10, 2019 Wikimedia Commons On any given day, more than 4,000 people pass through the library at California State University-Los Angeles.