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A local New Jersey health department is urging patrons who went to a specific Starbucks coffee shop in Gloucester Township on certain days this month to get vaccinated for hepatitis A after an employee tested positive.
Anyone who went to the Blackwood Clementon Road Starbucks in Clementon on Nov. 4, 5, 6, 11, 12 or 13 should get the vaccine out of an abundance of caution, the Camden County Department of Health said, according to NJ.com.
The county was notified of the employee’s infection on Wednesday, FOX 29 in Philadelphia reported.
Hepatitis, a highly contagious liver infection, is rarely fatal and is usually mild but severe cases can hang on for months. Symptoms include nausea and diarrhea, tiredness, fever, jaundice, stomach pain and dark urine. People with liver conditions are at higher risk.
FAMOUS ANTHONY'S RESTAURANTS IN VIRGINIA LINKED TO DEADLY HEPATITIS A OUTBREAK