Global Hepatitis B

Updated March 30, 2022

Hepatitis B kills 820,000 people per year, and approximately 296 million people are living with hepatitis B around the world. CDC provides scientific and technical support to help partners and countries decrease the burden of hepatitis B around the world.

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296 Million People are living with Hepatitis B Globally

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Woman holds newborn receiving a vaccine by a healthcare worker at a clinic in Lao-PDR.

Read stories about our work with partners to reduce the global burden of hepatitis B.

World Hepatitis Day

Read more about World Hepatitis Day and how viral hepatitis affects millions of people worldwide.

Page last reviewed: March 22, 2022
Content source: Global Immunization