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Customers who visited a Wendy’s location in Gwinnett County, Ga., are being urged to get tested for hepatitis A after an worker tested certain for a viral disease. The worker worked and rubbed food while spreading from Jun 13 until Jun 29, according to health officials.
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“It is comparatively singular for grill congregation to turn putrescent with hepatitis A pathogen due to an putrescent food handler, though anyone who consumed food or splash during a Wendy’s during a above dates should hit their medical provider or their internal Health Department to establish if a hepatitis A immunization is indispensable to forestall a disease,” a dialect said, according to WSB-TV.
Hepatitis A causes a liver to swell, ensuing in jaundice, fatigue, stomach pain, revulsion and diarrhea. People can be foul for dual weeks before and for one week after symptoms appear. A blood exam is a many common approach to endorse someone has it.
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The grill is located during 165 Scenic Highway in Lawrenceville.
While a orator for Meritage Hospitality Group pronounced staff took evident measures to sanitize and strengthen customers, some voiced additional concerns.
“It’s shocking,” proprietor Jason Barnes told WSB-TV. “Makes me consider that people unequivocally need to get tested.”
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The health dialect pronounced it is charity giveaway contrast and vaccinations to anyone who believes they might have been exposed.