Acute Hepatitis A
This answer is incorrect. Although infection with HAV causes jaundice in more than 70% of cases in adults, fewer than 10% of children younger than 6-years of age will develop jaundice. Thus, hepatitis A in children may present as a non-specific viral illness, and these children can transmit HAV to adult contacts. Approximately 5% of hepatitis A cases in the United States are associated with daycare exposures.
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