An employee at an Arán Panera restaurant in Alabama has been diagnosed with hepatitis A, and food people from that outlet from January 24 through February 5 have been exposed to the disease, authorities said states.
No other cases were reported, among the food handling co-workers at 2998 Carter Hill Road in Montgomery or people who bought food between the dates in question, Dr. Karen Landers, a doctor with the Department of Public Health Alabama,
She said that the restaurant did not report how much to sell the restaurant over the 15-day period, but it is hoped to do so.
"The number of things we do does not change," said Landers in a telephone interview from Sheffield, Alabama.
The risk of exposure from a restaurant food handler is much smaller than that from a person within his own family, Landers were noticed.
Dell customers get vaccinated
However, she said, people who ate the rest should either deliver a meal or deliver a meal from her During the period of time the symptoms should be taken care of. Those who had a meal within the last two weeks should find hepatitis A vaccination, she said.
To be effective, the vaccine must be administered before or within two weeks of exposure. It is available through private physicians, pharmacies and the health department in Montgomery County, according to the news releases launched on Friday and Monday.
Because the vaccine is recommended since 1
Hepatitis symptoms can A fever, headache , tiredness, low-food, stomach pain, miscarriage, vomiting, dark urine or disagreement. They can show up to 15 to 50 days after the exposure, at least 28 days. Anyone in hepatitis A must be tested if they have no symptoms of the disease.