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Famous Anthony's Restaurant files Bankruptcy after Hepatitis A employee sickens 52, hospitalizing 36 and killing 4

4 monthes ago   |   By Marler Blog

My guess is that Famous Anthony's wishes it would have vaccinated its employees against hepatitis A instead.
Roanoke Times reports that owners of Famous Anthony's filed bankruptcy Monday at two of their Roanoke locations after a hepatitis A outbreak originating from one of their employees killed four people and hospitalized more than 35 and sickened 52
Attorney Andrew Goldstein said the chapter 11 filing allows the company to reorganize and remain open. In 90 days, the company will submit a plan outlining a payment schedule for the people who have claims against the restaurant.
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Famous Anthony's owners filing for bankruptcy in wake of hepatitis A outbreak

Famous Anthony's owners filing for bankruptcy in wake of hepatitis A outbreak

4 monthes ago   |   By Food Safety News

Owners of a Roanoke, VA, restaurant chain have closed one location and are filing bankruptcy for two others in relation to a deadly hepatitis A outbreak that swept through the community this past fall.
At least four people have died, more than 50 were sickened and 36 people were hospitalized in the outbreak associated with an infected employee who worked at three Famous Anthony's locations. An infected person can transmit the virus to others up to two weeks before and one week after symptoms appear.
Attorney Andrew Goldstein said the Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing allows the company to...
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Publisher's Platform: whether it is for moral or business reasons, offer hepatitis A vaccination to your employees

4 monthes ago   |   By Food Safety News

Today the Roanoke Times reported that owners of Famous Anthony's filed bankruptcy for two of their Roanoke five restaurant locations after a hepatitis A outbreak originating from one of their food service workers killed four people, hospitalized 36, sickened 52, with one requiring a liver transplant.
A food service worker who worked at three locations - Grandin Road Extension, Williamson Road and Crystal Spring Avenue - tested positive for the hepatitis a virus and contaminated customers with the fecal virus. Throughout September and October, 52 cases were confirmed to be connected to the...
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