Three Lexington district restaurants have recently been exposed to users have been open to hepatitis A, according to the Lexington-Fayette Health Department.
Anyone who knows in Hardee's November at 2990 Richmond Road in Lexington, Waffle House at 2347 Buena Vista Road in Lexington or Waffle House at 4 Carol Carol in Winchester can affect it, according to the health department.
"Although it is very unusual for restaurant customers to be included with hepatitis A virus due to food treatment that is being converted, it is advised Anyone who is eating food or drink at these places during the time of getting a hepatitis A vaccine, can share in a press release.
Workers will not have the illness of three restaurants to work until they are physically resolved, depending on the health department.
Infectious Hepatitis A is an infectious disease that can be broadcast from person to person with food and pollution water, according to the Center for Disease Control.
Hepatitis A symptoms contain tiredness, stomach scam, cookie, dark urine and gratitude, depending on the health section. To avoid the disease, the health department is recommended to immunize and care vaccine; Clean hands with warm water and soap after using the dining room and before eating food and drinks.
Anyone in a senior body for hepatitis A is required to contact the Lexington-Fayette Health Department at 859-288-2483 or Clark County Health Department at 859-744-4482 to get help with a vaccine.
From November 17, hepatitis A started in August 2017 on 2,769 people, 1,438 hospitalized deaths and killed 17, according to the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services.