SOMERSET, KY. (WKYT) – A worker in South Kentucky-Zaxby is diagnosed with hepatitis A and the restaurant is working to vaccinate employees.
The worker is employed in a restaurant located in Somerset, 2039 south of the US 27. People who ate at the restaurant from 9 to 30 November are advised to get vaccinated.
Zaxby & # 39; s has set up a hotline for the affected customers: 866-892-9297.
"All employees at the Somerset site were previously vaccinated or vaccinated to continue working, and the restaurant, which received 97 at its recent health check, was completely disinfected this weekend as a precautionary measure," the restaurant said in one Statement.
The best practices to avoid Obtaining Hepatitis A means being vaccinated and practicing appropriate hand-washing practices.
Health experts say the symptoms of hepatitis A are fatigue, decreased appetite, stomach pain, nausea, dark urine, pale stools and jaundice. People can get sick 1