1. Arby's employee in Clearwater tests positive for hepatitis A  WTSP.com
  2. Food service worker at Arby's in Pinellas County tests positive for hepatitis A  ABC Action News - Tampa Bay
  3. Arby's worker tests positive for Hepatitis A, may have exposed customers  10News WTSP
  4. Clearwater Arby's worker tests positive for hepatitis A; customers urged to get vaccinated  WFLA
  5. Food service worker at Arby's in Clearwater tests positive for hepatitis A  ABC Action News - Tampa Bay
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CLEARWATER, Fla. (WFLA) - The Florida Department of Health is urging patrons of a Clearwater Arby's to get vaccinated after a food service worker tested positive for hepatitis A. CLEARWATER, Fla. (WFLA) - The Florida Department of Health is urging patrons of a Clearwater Arby's to get vaccinated after a food service worker tested positive for hepatitis A. 

Clearwater Arby's worker tests positive for hepatitis A; customers urged to get vaccinated

The Arby's restaurant is located at 30263 US Highway 19 North in Clearwater, according to health officials.An Arby's fast food restaurant in Clearwater is the latest place Florida health officials say an employee tested positive for hepatitis A.

Arby's employee in Clearwater tests positive for hepatitis A | wtsp.com

The Boyle County Health Department says an employee of a fast food restaurant in Danville has been diagnosed with hepatitis A.

Danville fast food worker diagnosed with hepatitis A - ABC 36 News

The Gallia County Health Department has diagnosed a worker at an Arby's with Hepatitis A.The Gallia County Health Department has diagnosed a worker at an Arby's with Hepatitis A.

Gallipolis Arby's Employee Diagnosed with Hepatitis A

“Hundreds of promgoers potentially exposed to hepatitis A after venue worker tests positive https://t.co/r89SF2KsIb”

Eric Vanderburg on Twitter: "Hundreds of promgoers potentially exposed to hepatitis A after venue worker tests positive https://t.co/r89SF2KsIb"

“ABC: Server at landmark Hellas restaurant in Tarpon Springs tested positive in March for Hepatitis A but health officials never warned public. Case uncovered when former cook contacted local media. https://t.co/upg3LiHVCl”

Ted Bridis on Twitter: "ABC: Server at landmark Hellas restaurant in Tarpon Springs tested positive in March for Hepatitis A but health officials never warned public. Case uncovered when former cook contacted local media. https://t.co/upg3LiHVCl"

The Florida Department of Health said a restaurant worker in Clearwater has tested positive for hepatitis A. Now they are encouraging anyone who visited the Arby's location to get vaccinated due to...The Florida Department of Health said a restaurant worker in Clearwater has tested positive for hepatitis A. Now they are encouraging anyone who visited the Arby's location to get vaccinated due to possible exposure.

Patrons encouraged to get vaccinated after Arby's worker tests positive for hepatitis A - Story | FOX 13 Tampa Bay

There is a new Hepatitis A scare in Florida. According to WTSP, a Taco Bell restaurant in Tarpon Springs said one of its employees tested positive for Hepatitis A. The Pinellas County Health Department told WTSP people who ate at the Taco Bell on U. S. Highway 19 could've been exposed to the virus. Health inspectors, according to WTSP, observed employees not washing their hands.There is a new Hepatitis A scare in Florida. According to WTSP, a Taco Bell restaurant in Tarpon Springs said one of its employees tested positive for Hepatitis A. The Pinellas County Health Department told WTSP people who ate at the Taco Bell on U. S. Highway 19 could've been exposed to the virus. Health inspectors, according to WTSP, observed employees not washing their hands.

Report: Taco Bell worker diagnosed with Hepatitis A, guests faced possible exposure | WEAR