Westchester County Health Department was notified of the first case in what would be identified as the Bartaco hepatitis A outbreak on October 10, 2017. Bartaco is a Mexican restaurant located at 1 Willett Ave, Port Chester, New York.

After learning of a second hepatitis A case with exposure to Bartaco, environmental health investigators conducted

Hepatitis A case confirmed in food service worker employed at Saint Lawrence Gridiron, located at 705 W. Bannock Street in Boise

The food service employee worked various days and shifts during the period they were contagious. Based on the infectious period of hepatitis A, anyone who ate at Saint Lawrence Gridiron on the following dates 

The Genesee County Health Department has recently been awarded a grant to provide the hepatitis A vaccine to food-service workers at NO COST to them or the employer.

In Western New York and across the United States, foodborne outbreaks of hepatitis A have occurred as a result of infected food-service workers.

Brenden Bedard, director of

The Franklin County Health Department is planning mass vaccinations after learning an employee who works at the Jack in the Box located at the Bourbeuse River Access in Union, Missouri had Hepatitis A while serving customers.

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services said the employee handled food on June 9 and June 10.

Customers who ate at Popeyes on York Street in Aiken may have been exposed to hepatitis A, according to the Department of Health and Environmental Control. DHEC was notified on June 17 that an employee in the restaurant tested positive for hepatitis A, according to a press release. Customers who ate at Popeyes, located at

Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Maine CDC) identified additional cases of acute hepatitis A virus infection in Aroostook County. Close contacts at risk are already being notified. The only risk to the public identified by Maine CDC at this time involves a Presque Isle food service worker.

The Presque Isle case served food

People who ate at a local Taco Bell in mid-April may have been exposed to hepatitis A.

An employee at Taco Bell on 40976 U.S. Highway 19 North in Tarpon Springs tested positive for Hepatitis A, according to an email sent by the Pinellas County Health Department to the state.

The county also reported the

A worker at a country club in Spring Hill may have exposed people, including high school students, to hepatitis A.

The Department of Health in Hernando County says someone working in food service at the Silverthorn Country Club Restaurant has tested positive for the disease.

Both Central and Springstead High Schools may have had their

The Florida Department of Health said a restaurant worker in Clearwater has tested positive for hepatitis A. Now they are encouraging anyone who visited the Arby’s location to get vaccinated due to possible exposure.

A food service worker at the Arby’s restaurant, located at 30263 U.S. Highway 19 N, tested positive for the highly contagious