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7-Eleven Hepatitis A Outbreak Exposes Up to 2,000 Customers

7-Eleven Hepatitis A Outbreak Exposes Up to 2,000 Customers


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Severe symptoms of Hepatitis A can last for several months

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7-Eleven customers outside of Salt Lake County, Utah need not be concerned.

Apparently the chicken wings aren’t the worst thing you could consume at 7-Eleven. At one location, hepatitis A contamination was on the menu.

Customers of a 7-Eleven in West Jordan, Utah, are being urged to seek immediate medical attention after health officials discovered a possible outbreak of hepatitis A at the store. An employee infected with the virus continued to work after he had fallen ill, touching and potentially contaminating the store’s food and drink items. Experts estimate that the contamination might have placed up to 2,000 store visitors at risk.

The Salt Lake County Health Department believes that this unfortunate case could be linked to an earlier outbreak of hepatitis A in the Salt Lake County area. The outbreak has been ongoing since its discovery in August 2017. Earlier this January, 118 cases of Hepatitis A were reported among the homeless population of Salt Lake City alone.

“This is an important reminder to food service establishments that they should consider vaccinating their food-handling employees against hepatitis A,” Gary Edwards, executive director of the Salt Lake County Health Department, told CBS News. “It’s also important that food handlers be conscientious with hygiene, hand washing and not working when ill — and that managers be vigilant in enforcing those important requirements that help protect public health.”

Store visitors are being advised to call the health department’s number, 385-468-INFO (4636), if they used the bathroom or consumed anything that wasn’t packaged when it was bought at the location. Risky items include fresh fruit, self-serve beverages, and any item from the store’s hot food case. The answering staff has been screening callers for their risk of exposure and providing those who need it with options for receiving a prophylactic hepatitis A vaccine.

The 7-Eleven, located at 2666 West 7800 South, is fully cooperative with the health department’s investigation and has completely sanitized the affected store.

Hopefully, with these precautions in place the outbreak will dwindle before it rivals the severity of the worst hepatitis A outbreak in history.


7-Eleven Customers Might Have Been Exposed To Hepatitis A

Health officials in Utah are assessing the possible link to recent outbreak of Hepatitis A in the city of West Jordan to a 7-Eleven Inc. employee, according to a Salt Lake Tribune report.

The Tribune reports that up to 2,000 customers of the West Jordan 7-Eleven might have been exposed to hepatitis A and should get a preventative injection, the Salt Lake County Health Department recently announced.

The recommendation is for customers who visited the store, 2666 W. 7800 South, from Dec. 26 through Jan. 3 and who used any restroom there or consumed any of the following items:

  • A fountain drink or other self-serve beverage
  • Any item from the store’s hot food case, such as pizza, hot dogs, chicken wings or taquitos.

Packaged items, including bottled beverages and microwaved foods, are not implicated in the possible exposure, the health department said in a news release, as reported by the Salt Lake Tribune. Customers who consumed only packaged or bottled items — as well as those who are fully vaccinated against hepatitis A (the vaccine is given in two shots) — don’t need to contact the health department, the release states.

The Texas-based retailer outlined to CSD in an email that it’s working with local officials to assist anyone affected by the incident.

“The health and safety of our customers is our top priority. We are working closely with the Salt Lake County Health Department regarding a single store associate who became ill in one store in West Jordan, Utah.,” 7-Eleven stated. “The store has been sanitized and the health department has cleared it to operate as usual. The affected store associate will not be allowed back to the store until cleared by a physician. As a precautionary measure, the health department has also administered the hepatitis A vaccine to every store associate working in this store. If you visited this store between Tuesday, Dec. 26, through Wednesday, Jan. 3, please contact the Salt Lake County Health Department at 385-468-INFO (4636).”

Those exposed must receive the preventative vaccine within a short time of their possible exposure so they should call as soon as possible, according to the departmental news release.

The city’s health department believes the case is linked to an ongoing outbreak Salt Lake County has been experiencing since August 2017.


7-Eleven Customers Might Have Been Exposed To Hepatitis A

Health officials in Utah are assessing the possible link to recent outbreak of Hepatitis A in the city of West Jordan to a 7-Eleven Inc. employee, according to a Salt Lake Tribune report.

The Tribune reports that up to 2,000 customers of the West Jordan 7-Eleven might have been exposed to hepatitis A and should get a preventative injection, the Salt Lake County Health Department recently announced.

The recommendation is for customers who visited the store, 2666 W. 7800 South, from Dec. 26 through Jan. 3 and who used any restroom there or consumed any of the following items:

  • A fountain drink or other self-serve beverage
  • Any item from the store’s hot food case, such as pizza, hot dogs, chicken wings or taquitos.

Packaged items, including bottled beverages and microwaved foods, are not implicated in the possible exposure, the health department said in a news release, as reported by the Salt Lake Tribune. Customers who consumed only packaged or bottled items — as well as those who are fully vaccinated against hepatitis A (the vaccine is given in two shots) — don’t need to contact the health department, the release states.

The Texas-based retailer outlined to CSD in an email that it’s working with local officials to assist anyone affected by the incident.

“The health and safety of our customers is our top priority. We are working closely with the Salt Lake County Health Department regarding a single store associate who became ill in one store in West Jordan, Utah.,” 7-Eleven stated. “The store has been sanitized and the health department has cleared it to operate as usual. The affected store associate will not be allowed back to the store until cleared by a physician. As a precautionary measure, the health department has also administered the hepatitis A vaccine to every store associate working in this store. If you visited this store between Tuesday, Dec. 26, through Wednesday, Jan. 3, please contact the Salt Lake County Health Department at 385-468-INFO (4636).”

Those exposed must receive the preventative vaccine within a short time of their possible exposure so they should call as soon as possible, according to the departmental news release.

The city’s health department believes the case is linked to an ongoing outbreak Salt Lake County has been experiencing since August 2017.


7-Eleven Customers Might Have Been Exposed To Hepatitis A

Health officials in Utah are assessing the possible link to recent outbreak of Hepatitis A in the city of West Jordan to a 7-Eleven Inc. employee, according to a Salt Lake Tribune report.

The Tribune reports that up to 2,000 customers of the West Jordan 7-Eleven might have been exposed to hepatitis A and should get a preventative injection, the Salt Lake County Health Department recently announced.

The recommendation is for customers who visited the store, 2666 W. 7800 South, from Dec. 26 through Jan. 3 and who used any restroom there or consumed any of the following items:

  • A fountain drink or other self-serve beverage
  • Any item from the store’s hot food case, such as pizza, hot dogs, chicken wings or taquitos.

Packaged items, including bottled beverages and microwaved foods, are not implicated in the possible exposure, the health department said in a news release, as reported by the Salt Lake Tribune. Customers who consumed only packaged or bottled items — as well as those who are fully vaccinated against hepatitis A (the vaccine is given in two shots) — don’t need to contact the health department, the release states.

The Texas-based retailer outlined to CSD in an email that it’s working with local officials to assist anyone affected by the incident.

“The health and safety of our customers is our top priority. We are working closely with the Salt Lake County Health Department regarding a single store associate who became ill in one store in West Jordan, Utah.,” 7-Eleven stated. “The store has been sanitized and the health department has cleared it to operate as usual. The affected store associate will not be allowed back to the store until cleared by a physician. As a precautionary measure, the health department has also administered the hepatitis A vaccine to every store associate working in this store. If you visited this store between Tuesday, Dec. 26, through Wednesday, Jan. 3, please contact the Salt Lake County Health Department at 385-468-INFO (4636).”

Those exposed must receive the preventative vaccine within a short time of their possible exposure so they should call as soon as possible, according to the departmental news release.

The city’s health department believes the case is linked to an ongoing outbreak Salt Lake County has been experiencing since August 2017.


7-Eleven Customers Might Have Been Exposed To Hepatitis A

Health officials in Utah are assessing the possible link to recent outbreak of Hepatitis A in the city of West Jordan to a 7-Eleven Inc. employee, according to a Salt Lake Tribune report.

The Tribune reports that up to 2,000 customers of the West Jordan 7-Eleven might have been exposed to hepatitis A and should get a preventative injection, the Salt Lake County Health Department recently announced.

The recommendation is for customers who visited the store, 2666 W. 7800 South, from Dec. 26 through Jan. 3 and who used any restroom there or consumed any of the following items:

  • A fountain drink or other self-serve beverage
  • Any item from the store’s hot food case, such as pizza, hot dogs, chicken wings or taquitos.

Packaged items, including bottled beverages and microwaved foods, are not implicated in the possible exposure, the health department said in a news release, as reported by the Salt Lake Tribune. Customers who consumed only packaged or bottled items — as well as those who are fully vaccinated against hepatitis A (the vaccine is given in two shots) — don’t need to contact the health department, the release states.

The Texas-based retailer outlined to CSD in an email that it’s working with local officials to assist anyone affected by the incident.

“The health and safety of our customers is our top priority. We are working closely with the Salt Lake County Health Department regarding a single store associate who became ill in one store in West Jordan, Utah.,” 7-Eleven stated. “The store has been sanitized and the health department has cleared it to operate as usual. The affected store associate will not be allowed back to the store until cleared by a physician. As a precautionary measure, the health department has also administered the hepatitis A vaccine to every store associate working in this store. If you visited this store between Tuesday, Dec. 26, through Wednesday, Jan. 3, please contact the Salt Lake County Health Department at 385-468-INFO (4636).”

Those exposed must receive the preventative vaccine within a short time of their possible exposure so they should call as soon as possible, according to the departmental news release.

The city’s health department believes the case is linked to an ongoing outbreak Salt Lake County has been experiencing since August 2017.


7-Eleven Customers Might Have Been Exposed To Hepatitis A

Health officials in Utah are assessing the possible link to recent outbreak of Hepatitis A in the city of West Jordan to a 7-Eleven Inc. employee, according to a Salt Lake Tribune report.

The Tribune reports that up to 2,000 customers of the West Jordan 7-Eleven might have been exposed to hepatitis A and should get a preventative injection, the Salt Lake County Health Department recently announced.

The recommendation is for customers who visited the store, 2666 W. 7800 South, from Dec. 26 through Jan. 3 and who used any restroom there or consumed any of the following items:

  • A fountain drink or other self-serve beverage
  • Any item from the store’s hot food case, such as pizza, hot dogs, chicken wings or taquitos.

Packaged items, including bottled beverages and microwaved foods, are not implicated in the possible exposure, the health department said in a news release, as reported by the Salt Lake Tribune. Customers who consumed only packaged or bottled items — as well as those who are fully vaccinated against hepatitis A (the vaccine is given in two shots) — don’t need to contact the health department, the release states.

The Texas-based retailer outlined to CSD in an email that it’s working with local officials to assist anyone affected by the incident.

“The health and safety of our customers is our top priority. We are working closely with the Salt Lake County Health Department regarding a single store associate who became ill in one store in West Jordan, Utah.,” 7-Eleven stated. “The store has been sanitized and the health department has cleared it to operate as usual. The affected store associate will not be allowed back to the store until cleared by a physician. As a precautionary measure, the health department has also administered the hepatitis A vaccine to every store associate working in this store. If you visited this store between Tuesday, Dec. 26, through Wednesday, Jan. 3, please contact the Salt Lake County Health Department at 385-468-INFO (4636).”

Those exposed must receive the preventative vaccine within a short time of their possible exposure so they should call as soon as possible, according to the departmental news release.

The city’s health department believes the case is linked to an ongoing outbreak Salt Lake County has been experiencing since August 2017.


7-Eleven Customers Might Have Been Exposed To Hepatitis A

Health officials in Utah are assessing the possible link to recent outbreak of Hepatitis A in the city of West Jordan to a 7-Eleven Inc. employee, according to a Salt Lake Tribune report.

The Tribune reports that up to 2,000 customers of the West Jordan 7-Eleven might have been exposed to hepatitis A and should get a preventative injection, the Salt Lake County Health Department recently announced.

The recommendation is for customers who visited the store, 2666 W. 7800 South, from Dec. 26 through Jan. 3 and who used any restroom there or consumed any of the following items:

  • A fountain drink or other self-serve beverage
  • Any item from the store’s hot food case, such as pizza, hot dogs, chicken wings or taquitos.

Packaged items, including bottled beverages and microwaved foods, are not implicated in the possible exposure, the health department said in a news release, as reported by the Salt Lake Tribune. Customers who consumed only packaged or bottled items — as well as those who are fully vaccinated against hepatitis A (the vaccine is given in two shots) — don’t need to contact the health department, the release states.

The Texas-based retailer outlined to CSD in an email that it’s working with local officials to assist anyone affected by the incident.

“The health and safety of our customers is our top priority. We are working closely with the Salt Lake County Health Department regarding a single store associate who became ill in one store in West Jordan, Utah.,” 7-Eleven stated. “The store has been sanitized and the health department has cleared it to operate as usual. The affected store associate will not be allowed back to the store until cleared by a physician. As a precautionary measure, the health department has also administered the hepatitis A vaccine to every store associate working in this store. If you visited this store between Tuesday, Dec. 26, through Wednesday, Jan. 3, please contact the Salt Lake County Health Department at 385-468-INFO (4636).”

Those exposed must receive the preventative vaccine within a short time of their possible exposure so they should call as soon as possible, according to the departmental news release.

The city’s health department believes the case is linked to an ongoing outbreak Salt Lake County has been experiencing since August 2017.


7-Eleven Customers Might Have Been Exposed To Hepatitis A

Health officials in Utah are assessing the possible link to recent outbreak of Hepatitis A in the city of West Jordan to a 7-Eleven Inc. employee, according to a Salt Lake Tribune report.

The Tribune reports that up to 2,000 customers of the West Jordan 7-Eleven might have been exposed to hepatitis A and should get a preventative injection, the Salt Lake County Health Department recently announced.

The recommendation is for customers who visited the store, 2666 W. 7800 South, from Dec. 26 through Jan. 3 and who used any restroom there or consumed any of the following items:

  • A fountain drink or other self-serve beverage
  • Any item from the store’s hot food case, such as pizza, hot dogs, chicken wings or taquitos.

Packaged items, including bottled beverages and microwaved foods, are not implicated in the possible exposure, the health department said in a news release, as reported by the Salt Lake Tribune. Customers who consumed only packaged or bottled items — as well as those who are fully vaccinated against hepatitis A (the vaccine is given in two shots) — don’t need to contact the health department, the release states.

The Texas-based retailer outlined to CSD in an email that it’s working with local officials to assist anyone affected by the incident.

“The health and safety of our customers is our top priority. We are working closely with the Salt Lake County Health Department regarding a single store associate who became ill in one store in West Jordan, Utah.,” 7-Eleven stated. “The store has been sanitized and the health department has cleared it to operate as usual. The affected store associate will not be allowed back to the store until cleared by a physician. As a precautionary measure, the health department has also administered the hepatitis A vaccine to every store associate working in this store. If you visited this store between Tuesday, Dec. 26, through Wednesday, Jan. 3, please contact the Salt Lake County Health Department at 385-468-INFO (4636).”

Those exposed must receive the preventative vaccine within a short time of their possible exposure so they should call as soon as possible, according to the departmental news release.

The city’s health department believes the case is linked to an ongoing outbreak Salt Lake County has been experiencing since August 2017.


7-Eleven Customers Might Have Been Exposed To Hepatitis A

Health officials in Utah are assessing the possible link to recent outbreak of Hepatitis A in the city of West Jordan to a 7-Eleven Inc. employee, according to a Salt Lake Tribune report.

The Tribune reports that up to 2,000 customers of the West Jordan 7-Eleven might have been exposed to hepatitis A and should get a preventative injection, the Salt Lake County Health Department recently announced.

The recommendation is for customers who visited the store, 2666 W. 7800 South, from Dec. 26 through Jan. 3 and who used any restroom there or consumed any of the following items:

  • A fountain drink or other self-serve beverage
  • Any item from the store’s hot food case, such as pizza, hot dogs, chicken wings or taquitos.

Packaged items, including bottled beverages and microwaved foods, are not implicated in the possible exposure, the health department said in a news release, as reported by the Salt Lake Tribune. Customers who consumed only packaged or bottled items — as well as those who are fully vaccinated against hepatitis A (the vaccine is given in two shots) — don’t need to contact the health department, the release states.

The Texas-based retailer outlined to CSD in an email that it’s working with local officials to assist anyone affected by the incident.

“The health and safety of our customers is our top priority. We are working closely with the Salt Lake County Health Department regarding a single store associate who became ill in one store in West Jordan, Utah.,” 7-Eleven stated. “The store has been sanitized and the health department has cleared it to operate as usual. The affected store associate will not be allowed back to the store until cleared by a physician. As a precautionary measure, the health department has also administered the hepatitis A vaccine to every store associate working in this store. If you visited this store between Tuesday, Dec. 26, through Wednesday, Jan. 3, please contact the Salt Lake County Health Department at 385-468-INFO (4636).”

Those exposed must receive the preventative vaccine within a short time of their possible exposure so they should call as soon as possible, according to the departmental news release.

The city’s health department believes the case is linked to an ongoing outbreak Salt Lake County has been experiencing since August 2017.


7-Eleven Customers Might Have Been Exposed To Hepatitis A

Health officials in Utah are assessing the possible link to recent outbreak of Hepatitis A in the city of West Jordan to a 7-Eleven Inc. employee, according to a Salt Lake Tribune report.

The Tribune reports that up to 2,000 customers of the West Jordan 7-Eleven might have been exposed to hepatitis A and should get a preventative injection, the Salt Lake County Health Department recently announced.

The recommendation is for customers who visited the store, 2666 W. 7800 South, from Dec. 26 through Jan. 3 and who used any restroom there or consumed any of the following items:

  • A fountain drink or other self-serve beverage
  • Any item from the store’s hot food case, such as pizza, hot dogs, chicken wings or taquitos.

Packaged items, including bottled beverages and microwaved foods, are not implicated in the possible exposure, the health department said in a news release, as reported by the Salt Lake Tribune. Customers who consumed only packaged or bottled items — as well as those who are fully vaccinated against hepatitis A (the vaccine is given in two shots) — don’t need to contact the health department, the release states.

The Texas-based retailer outlined to CSD in an email that it’s working with local officials to assist anyone affected by the incident.

“The health and safety of our customers is our top priority. We are working closely with the Salt Lake County Health Department regarding a single store associate who became ill in one store in West Jordan, Utah.,” 7-Eleven stated. “The store has been sanitized and the health department has cleared it to operate as usual. The affected store associate will not be allowed back to the store until cleared by a physician. As a precautionary measure, the health department has also administered the hepatitis A vaccine to every store associate working in this store. If you visited this store between Tuesday, Dec. 26, through Wednesday, Jan. 3, please contact the Salt Lake County Health Department at 385-468-INFO (4636).”

Those exposed must receive the preventative vaccine within a short time of their possible exposure so they should call as soon as possible, according to the departmental news release.

The city’s health department believes the case is linked to an ongoing outbreak Salt Lake County has been experiencing since August 2017.


7-Eleven Customers Might Have Been Exposed To Hepatitis A

Health officials in Utah are assessing the possible link to recent outbreak of Hepatitis A in the city of West Jordan to a 7-Eleven Inc. employee, according to a Salt Lake Tribune report.

The Tribune reports that up to 2,000 customers of the West Jordan 7-Eleven might have been exposed to hepatitis A and should get a preventative injection, the Salt Lake County Health Department recently announced.

The recommendation is for customers who visited the store, 2666 W. 7800 South, from Dec. 26 through Jan. 3 and who used any restroom there or consumed any of the following items:

  • A fountain drink or other self-serve beverage
  • Any item from the store’s hot food case, such as pizza, hot dogs, chicken wings or taquitos.

Packaged items, including bottled beverages and microwaved foods, are not implicated in the possible exposure, the health department said in a news release, as reported by the Salt Lake Tribune. Customers who consumed only packaged or bottled items — as well as those who are fully vaccinated against hepatitis A (the vaccine is given in two shots) — don’t need to contact the health department, the release states.

The Texas-based retailer outlined to CSD in an email that it’s working with local officials to assist anyone affected by the incident.

“The health and safety of our customers is our top priority. We are working closely with the Salt Lake County Health Department regarding a single store associate who became ill in one store in West Jordan, Utah.,” 7-Eleven stated. “The store has been sanitized and the health department has cleared it to operate as usual. The affected store associate will not be allowed back to the store until cleared by a physician. As a precautionary measure, the health department has also administered the hepatitis A vaccine to every store associate working in this store. If you visited this store between Tuesday, Dec. 26, through Wednesday, Jan. 3, please contact the Salt Lake County Health Department at 385-468-INFO (4636).”

Those exposed must receive the preventative vaccine within a short time of their possible exposure so they should call as soon as possible, according to the departmental news release.

The city’s health department believes the case is linked to an ongoing outbreak Salt Lake County has been experiencing since August 2017.


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