Beginning in September 2016, several states, the CDC, and the FDA investigated a several states, CDC, and the FDA investigated a multistate outbreak of foodborne hepatitis A. Epidemiologic and traceback evidence indicate that frozen strawberries imported from Egypt are the likely source of this outbreak. Although no discovery has been done to date to confirm

Erie County officials are urging anyone who recently ate at Destiny’s on Fillmore in Buffalo to be vaccinated for Hepatitis A after the virus was identified in a worker at the restaurant.

According to Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz, anyone who at as a dine-in or takeout customer between February 27, 2019 and March 11,

People who are considered high risk for exposure to the Hepatitis A virus should get vaccinated as soon as possible to avoid contracting the virus and lessen the spread of the disease. High risk groups include individuals who use illicit drugs, close contacts of illicit drug users, and homeless people.

The Department for Public Health

The Cumberland Valley District Health confirmed on Friday that a McDonald’s employee tested positive for hepatitis A.

The McDonald’s is located on Muddy Gap Road. In a release, health officials said that the employee did not handle food directly and was in a customer service position.

Health officials said the transmission risk to employees and

Florida: The Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County announced Nov. 5 that a positive case of hepatitis A has been identified in a food service worker in St. Pete Beach.

Following lab confirmation on Nov. 1, DOH-Pinellas immediately began conducting an epidemiological investigation and determined the individual worked at Toasted Monkey, 6110 Gulf Blvd.,

A new case of hepatitis A has been diagnosed in a Frankfort food worker, the Franklin County Health Department reports.

The infected individual worked at the KFC located on at 1229 US 127 between Oct. 22 and Oct. 25.

The health department wants to remind the public that it’s rare for restaurant patrons to become

Northeast Arkansas continues to have an ongoing hepatitis A (hep A) outbreak. Hep A is a contagious liver disease that can be prevented by a vaccination. The ADH is warning of a possible hep A exposure after an employee of Arkansas State University (ASU) food service and volunteer at Salvation Army has tested positive for