Public Health Supervisor Tony Buel said last Friday and Saturday, June 21 and 22, county and state health staff administered 720 vaccines to 665 adults and 55 children, who believed they may have been exposed to the virus while visiting a Union fast-food restaurant, Jack in the Box, over three separate weekends.

On Thursday, June 20, health officials temporarily shut down the Jack in the Box in Union after an employee there was diagnosed with hepatitis A.

The restaurant was only closed for a matter of hours and Buel confirmed all 16 employees of the restaurant have been vaccinated and are back to work, including the individual who was originally diagnosed.