Health officials say employee of Sellersburg fast food restaurant has been diagnosed with hepatitis A
Anyone who ate here from April 17 to 18, and April 21 to April 25, should monitor themselves for symptoms of hepatitis A.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Health officials in Clark County, Indiana, are warning the public that an employee of an area fast food restaurant has been diagnosed with hepatitis A.
According to a news release, anyone who may have eaten at the Arby's located at 225 South Indiana Avenue in Sellersburg from April 17 to 18, and April 21 to April 25, should monitor themselves for symptoms of hepatitis A.
"Based on our investigation the risk for transmission of hepatitis A is very low for this occurrence," the news release states. "Clark County is within a well defined hepatitis A outbreak area. CCHD recommends that individuals consider being vaccinated. Residents seeking to be vaccinated should visit their primary care provider, walk-in clinics available at retail outlets (minute clinics), or a pharmacy with a vaccinating pharmacist."
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