Hepatitis A

A food worker at a Taco Bell restaurant in Niagara Falls has been diagnosed with hepatitis A.

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The Erie County Health Department has confirmed a case of hepatitis A virus in a Buffalo restaurant worker.

Hepatitis A case confirmed in Buffalo pizzeria worker

Aug 16, 2019
Omar Fetouh, WBFO

The Erie County Health Department confirmed Friday afternoon a case of Hepatitis A has been diagnosed in an individual who handled food at a Buffalo-based pizzeria. The county will offer vaccination clinics early next week for those who consumed any food or drinks from Platinum Pizza between Aug. 8 and Aug. 11.

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A new case of Hepatitis A has been confirmed by the Erie County Health Department. The case is tied to a restaurant worker at Destiny's on Fillmore Avenue in Buffalo.

Erie County is continuing to respond to this year’s rise in Hepatitis A cases with an immunization clinic in Buffalo.

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Four new cases of Hepatitis A stemming from a local pizzeria mark the latest in a significant increase of the virus in Erie County. Officials are recommending any resident without a complete series of Hepatitis A vaccinations get fully immunized.

Erie County legislators will be asked Thursday to make some budget transfers to cover costs from the Hepatitis A rush vaccinations in February. Covering the costs of staff and vaccines meant a county Health Department account is $74,000 over budget, with half a year to go.

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Erie County is bringing in large quantities of the Hepatitis A vaccine, in the wake of discovering a client of the Buffalo City Mission has been diagnosed with the disease.

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A food service worker employed at two Erie County establishments has a confirmed case of Hepatitis A and may have infected others.

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The owner of Casa di Pizza in the Elmwood Village said he knew a server was ill but didn't know he was infected with Hepatitis A.

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The Erie County Health Department says up to 2,000 people should visit a special clinic at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center Monday or Tuesday because they ate at Casa di Pizza. A server there has been found to have Hepatitis A.