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San Diego starts washing down sidewalks, streets to fight hepatitis A outbreak

Crews working for a private contractor began power-washing sidewalks with a chlorine solution in downtown San Diego on Monday, part of an effort to stop the spread of hepatitis A among homeless people. The crews cleaned sidewalks around 17th and Imperial avenues, where hundreds of homeless congregate...
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