A Clermont County restaurant employee has been identified with hepatitis A, and successfully being officials are urging anyone who ate at the restaurant to computer screen for symptoms.
Officials with Clermont County Public Health acknowledged an employee at the IHOP restaurant at 5699 Romar Force in Milford became recently identified.
The distress to patrons is amazingly low, officials acknowledged, nonetheless as a precaution, Clermont County Public Health is asking anyone who at at IHOP from Dec. 25 through Dec. 31 to computer screen for symptoms of the virus for as a lot as 50 days.
Symptoms of hepatitis A contain:
- Low budge for meals
- Belly worry
- Clay-colored stools
- Jaundice (yellowish coloration to the pores and skin and eyes)
The disease, which impacts the liver, may perhaps perhaps perhaps furthermore be unfold through eating or drinking unpleasant meals. Food can accumulate unpleasant if a one that has the virus doesn’t wash his or her fingers successfully after utilizing the lavatory and earlier than making ready or touching meals.
“The restaurant administration has been very cooperative and we are working with them to match stable meals handling programs,” acknowledged Assistant Health Commissioner Tim Kelly.