The Columbus Health Department works with Eddy's Chicken and Waffles at 1808 E. Livingston Ave. after a case of hepatitis A was confirmed at a restaurant employee.
According to Columbus Public Health, the employee had direct contact with food. They say that anyone who visits the area between February 1 and February 11 is encouraged to get a Hepatitis A vaccine and to be alert to symptoms as soon as possible.
Symptoms include jaundice, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and fatigue
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The health department states that it provides vaccinations to workers in the restaurant and that no one else is ill.
For those who have questions or need information, an information line has been set up for hepatitis A vaccine at 61
A free public vaccine clinic for adults who have visited the restaurant is provided by 11 to 15 pm held on Monday, February 18, at Columbus Public Health on Parsons Avenue 240.
Vaccines are also available from health care providers and pharmacies, says the health department.
Columbus Public Health has examined 269 cases of hepatitis A since then A nationwide outbreak was declared in 2018.