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Seafood restaurant customers may be exposed to hepatitis A from employee food service



Heath officials encourage anyone to eat cold or unhealthy food, or unsure of what they eat between April 21 and May 12 at Roy Moore's Fish Shack in Rockport to interact to their health care provider due to possible exposure to hepatitis A. Massachusetts The Department of Public Health said that a restaurant food service employee who worked on those dates has confirmed hepatitis A. A customer is advised to contact their health care provider and receive appropriate medical treatment for a possible exposure. Health officials say that a vaccine and immune globulin can be effective in preventing infection if given within two weeks of exposure. The first signs and symptoms of hepatitis A are fever, fatigue, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and jaundice (dark urine, yellowing of the skin or eyes of the eye.) The pain is severity, with serious cases that lasts two weeks or fewer and more severe cases that last four to six weeks or longer. Hepatitis A virus is spread as a result of fecal contamination and can spread from person to person through close contact or by handling food. The virus can spread through contaminated foods and beverages. People who eat cold food or foods from Roy Moore's Fish Shack between April 21

and May 12 are encouraged to thoroughly wash hands after bathing and before preparing meals to avoid any potential additional disease spread. Anyone who wants more information can contact the Massachusetts Department of Public Health at 617-983-6800.

Heath officials encourage anyone to eat cold or unhealthy food, or unsure of what they eat between April 21 and May 12 at Rockport's Fish Moisture Roy Moore to contact their health care provider because of possible exposure to hepatitis A.

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health said that a food service restaurant employee working on those dates confirmed a hepatitis A case .

Customers are advised to contact their health care provider and receive appropriate medical treatment for a possible exposure.

Health officials say that a vaccine and immune globulin can be effective in preventing infection if it is administered within two weeks of exposure.

The first signs and symptoms of hepatitis A are fever, fatigue, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and jaundice (dark urine, yellowing of skin or eye shadows.)

Pain varies in severity, with mild cases that take two weeks or less and a more severe case that lasts four to six weeks or longer.

Hepatitis A virus spreads as a result of fecal contamination and can spread from person to person through close contact or by handling food.

The virus can spread through contaminated foods and beverages.

People who eat cold food or not eating from Roy Moore's Fish Shack between April 21 and May 12 are encouraged especially by hand washing after bathing and before preparing food to avoid any potential additional disease spread.

Anyone who wants more information may contact the Massachusetts Department of Public Health at 617-983-6800.

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