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The Columbus Restaurant opens again after fear of hepatitis A



Eddie's chicken and wafers were again open for work on Sunday after a serious health scare. Worker at the site in East Livingston 1808 is found to have hepatitis A.

ABC6 / FOX28 speaks with a restaurant employee, he invites customers not to worry. Columbus Public Health confirmed that there are no other workers in Eddie's chicken and wafers.

"Oh, yes, that's clean, I know because I cleaned it, I'm cleaning, cleaning, wiping," said Jeff Cole, Eddie's chicken and wafers.

Edie's chicken and wafers were again open for work on a Sunday after a great scary health. Worker at the site in 1808 in East Livingston Avenue was found to have hepatitis A. (WSYX / WTTE). usually spreading through contaminated food or water, and the symptoms include nausea, fever and stomach pain.

A free public vaccination clinic for adults who visited the restaurant will be held at 11 am in Columbus Public Health on 240 Parsons, Columbus, Ohio. Health authorities added that hepatitis A vaccines are also available from healthcare providers and pharmacies and that the vaccine is covered by most insurance plans. At the end of January, there was a case at the Taco Shop in Fuzzy, close to the center of Columbus.

Earlier this month a McDonald employee in Hawking County was also diagnosed with hepatitis A.

ABC6 / FOX28 will continue to follow this story.


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