Server With Hepatitis a at Cheddar’s Casual Cafe Results in Thousands of Vaccinations

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An estimated 7,700 people may have been exposed to Hepatitis A when a server at a restaurant in Texas was diagnosed with the virus. This Food Safety Infosheet details the case and offers suggestions to avoid spreading this foodborne illness.

Highlights:

  • An estimated 7,700 diners may have been exposed to Hepatitis A in Texas.
  • Servers, while not traditionally thought as food handlers, are often involved with scooping beverage ice and salad prep.
  • Hand washing can reduce the chance of passing on Hepatitis A to patrons. Keep poop off your hands.

Food safety infosheets are created weekly and are posted in restaurants, retail stores, on farms and used in training throughout the world.

Article first appeared on foodsafetyinfosheets.org