How is hepatitis transmitted?

Hepatitis A is a communicable (or contagious) disease that spreads from person to person. It is transmitted by the "fecal -- oral route." This does not mean, or course, that Hepatitis A transmission requires that fecal material from an infectious individual must come in contact directly with the mouth of a susceptible individual. It is almost always true that the virus infects a susceptible individual when he or she ingests it, but it gets to the mouth by an indirect route.
hepatitis b can transfer through blood,sexual contact,needles..hepatitis a through water