“Hepatitis D is transmitted through contaminated drinking water.”
“Hepatitis A can be spread by uncooked shellfish and contaminated water or milk.”
“Hepatitis B is spread by contact with blood or body fluids, sexual contact, or sharing dirty needles.”
Numbers 1, 2, 4, and 5 are correct.
Hepatitis D coexists with hepatitis B and intensifies the acute symptoms. Hepatitis A can occur at any time of the year and is spread via uncooked shellfish, contaminated water or milk, and contaminated fruits and vegetables. Hepatitis B is spread by contact with blood or body fluids, sexual contact, sharing dirty needles, and contact with infected semen or saliva. Hepatitis A is seasonal and tends to occur mainly during the fall and early winter. Hepatitis D is spread by contact with blood and blood products.