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Another Hepatitis A Scare in North Carolina

The Jackson County Health Department is now asking anyone who ate at the restaurant between April 26 and 29, or May 1, 2013, to contact the health department to receive information on Hepatitis A in the event of exposure.

According to the Jackson County Health Department, an employee at the High Hampton Inn restaurant in Cashiers, N.C., has tested positive for Hepatitis A.

Those at risk may not fall ill if given a vaccine within 14 days of exposure.

Anyone who ate at the restaurant on those days and experienced fever, headache, vomiting, or diarrhea are encouraged to contact a healthcare

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