• White Castle worker latest to expose Louisville to hepatitis A

    7 monthes ago - By Food Safety

    Louisville, KY, residents are getting another in what's been a series of public warnings about hepatitis A.
    This time, anyone who dined at a local White Castle restaurant between April 6 and April 20 is advised they might have been exposed to the virus and should get vaccinated. That's because a White Castle employee who was diagnosed with hepatitis A was working during those dates in the restaurant at 3701 Seventh Street Rd. in Louisville.
    Since Jan. 1, 2017, the Kentucky Department of Public Health has identified 311 confirmed cases of acute hepatitis A., a liver disease caused by the...
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