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Title: Group A streptococcal disease
Authors: Centre for Disease Control
Publisher: Department of Health
Abstract: Group A streptococcus (GAS) is a bacterium that often lives in people’s throats or on their skin and most of the time does not make people sick.GAS spreads among infected people via skin contact and actions such as sneezing and kissing.
Publication Date: 2023-01
Type: Fact sheet
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