Learn all about Hepatitis A with these 5 facts.
In a press release, the health department confirmed that a food service worker in the Buffalo Wild Wings was diagnosed with hepatitis A, and customers should be aware of the following symptoms, which may occur between 15 and 50 days after exposure:
- abdominal pain  nausea
- 19659006] dark urine
- yellow skin and eyes (jaundice)
According to the health department, the restaurant was visited on 17 April worked and received the permit to operate.
However, for those who ate at the restaurant north of 12 Mile Road between April 24 and 9, the Department of Health recommends that individuals seek a hepatitis A vaccine.
"Vaccination can prevent hepatitis A if given within 14 days of possible exposure," the press release said.
Hepatitis A vaccines are available through the Macomb County Health Authority and through some health care providers and pharmacies.
The health department's vaccination schedule for locations in Mt. Clemens, Warren, and St. Clair Shores can be found here
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More: Michigan Health Departments Receive Money Against Hepatitis A  This report comes in the midst of a severe and widespread hepatitis A outbreak in Michigan. According to the Department of Health, more than 800 cases have been reported in this state since August 2016.
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