What do you need to know about scarlet fever and group A strep?
Alarm over children’s deaths from serious infections has prompted an official alert and appeals to nurses to be extra vigilant. Here’s what you need to know
A number of children have so far died in the UK from serious infections caused by the bacteria behind scarlet fever, prompting the government to issue a rare alert.
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