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Japan sees record spike in infections caused by tissue-damaging bacteria

  • Cases of a dangerous and highly fatal bacterial infection in Japan have reached record levels, with experts unable to determine the cause of the rise.
  • Japan's Health Ministry has reported 977 cases of streptococcal toxic shock syndrome with a mortality rate of up to 30%.
  • The current outbreak has exceeded last year's record, with 941 infections reported. Japan saw 97 deaths due to STSS last year, the second-highest in six years.
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