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Hepatitis A – Tim Hortons outlet in Labrador City

Officials at the Labrador-Grenfell Regional Health Authority say there is a case of hepatitis A in their region.

The health authority says the person affected was outside the country for a time and is a worker at a Tim Hortons outlet in Labrador City.

Officials are advising residents who consumed food or beverages at the Tim Hortons between July 3 to 6, and who have symptoms of hepatitis A, to contact their family doctor.

Hepatitis A, an acute infectious disease of the liver, is caused by a virus that can be transmitted through contaminated food or drink.

Symptoms include fever, fatigue, loss of appetite, an upset stomach, diarrhea, jaundice and darkening of the urine.

One Response to Hepatitis A – Tim Hortons outlet in Labrador City

Pharmacy_Chick says: December 15, 2011 at 10:02 pm

I would guess that 90% of the population from Labrador City were concerned about this! Tim Hortons is likely one of the busiest spots in the city. Folks from Atlantic Canada take their coffee extremely seriously :)


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