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Columbus restaurant employee diagnosed with hepatitis A WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio



COLUMBUS, Ohio – According to a person who has direct contact with food at Fuzzy's Taco Shop in 479 North High Street, Columbus Public Health is diagnosing hepatitis A.

In the restaurant between On January 1 and 16, 2019, it is recommended to receive a hepatitis A vaccine as soon as possible and to be alert to symptoms of hepatitis A.

Symptoms include jaundice, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, and fatigue. 19659002] Advertisement – History Below

The Health Department said that the staff of Fuzzy's Taco Shop were vaccinated and nobody else is ill.

If anyone has any questions or concerns, the Health Department will set up an information line at 61

4-645-1474, option 3.

On January 26, an adult public vaccine clinic will be held at Columbus Public Health from 12:00 to 16:00 in Parsons Avenue 240.

Vaccines can also be obtained from health care providers and retail pharmacies.

Since an outbreak of hepatitis A has been reported across the country in 2018, Columbus Public Health and the Franklin County Health Department have investigated 213 cases.


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