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Food handlers played role in the hepatitis A outbreak; many students then vaccinated

18 days ago   |   By Food Safety News

More than 30 people fell sick with hepatitis A virus infections in a complex outbreak in England involving dates, a school, a bakery, and different transmission routes, according to a study.
In June 2019, Public Health England (now the United Kingdom Health Security Agency) Yorkshire and Humber were contacted by Outwood Academy, a secondary school, with concerns over the illness of three employees.
Prior to the illness of staff, a member of the catering team at the school had been sick for three weeks and reported abnormal liver function tests. Investigations revealed that two ill staff...
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