A person who contracted hepatitis A from a convenience store retailer in a Mendham Golf Club last month died, according to official sources, Golf & Tennis Club, probably between June 9th and 30th.
Originally, health officials believed that 22 people had been infected with the virus. A spokeswoman did not immediately respond to the request for comment.
Officials did not identify the deceased and could not attribute death to hepatitis A because the Department of Public Health's communicable disease service does not determine the cause of death.
Township previously said cases could develop until the 1
The individuals exposed to the virus were notified on 5 July.
The grocer visited a hospital at an unknown time and tests showed that the disease is rare and highly contagious. Morris County Office of Health Management said earlier.
The practitioner was "excluded from work and required medical clearance to return to work," community officials said.
The community shared on-site It has been found that examining the club's catering services is consistent with hand hygiene and the use of gloves.
"No food was detected that the infected grocer may have handled".
For more information on hepatitis A, see the data sheet of the New Jersey Department of Health.
Anyone who has any questions or concerns about hepatitis A, or who thinks they have been detected, can contact the Morris County Office of Health Management, number 973-. 682-4942.
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