The Saginaw County Health Department (SCHD) has confirmed a case of hepatitis A (HAV) in a foodservice worker at the Cracker Barrel Restaurant and Old Country Store located at 6450 Dixie Highway in Bridgeport, Michigan.

The facility is working with the SCHD during the investigation.

Anyone who visited the Cracker Barrel from August 25-28, 2019

The Southern Nevada Health District has identified a person with hepatitis A that worked at a 7-Eleven convenience store located at 2910 S. Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (Maryland Parkway and Vegas Valley Drive) while they were potentially infectious to others. Although transmission of hepatitis A from food handlers to patrons is rare, the

Southwestern Public Health advises any patrons who ate at TA Travel Centre’s restaurant at 535 Mill Street (401 exit 230) in Woodstock, ON, between August 6, 2019 and August 22, 2019 that they may have been exposed to the hepatitis A virus.

“Unfortunately, an individual may have hepatitis A and not know it. That

The CDC, several states, and federal partners (USDA/FSIS) are investigating a multistate outbreak of Listeria infections.

As of August 23, 2019, a total of 24 people infected with the outbreak strain of Listeria has been reported from 13 states: California (4), Florida (1), Iowa (10), Illinois (4), Indiana (1), Kansas (1), Kentucky (1), Michigan (1),

The Philadelphia Department of Public Health has recently confirmed that a person who works at the Imperial Kitchen, located at 3164 Frankford Avenue has acute Hepatitis A. While the risk of Hepatitis A infection is very low, the Health Department recommends that people who purchased food from Imperial Kitchen between Sunday, July 21st and

Hepatitis A case confirmed in food service worker employed at Frontier Club, 116 E. Broadway, Meridian

The Frontier Club employee worked the following days and shifts while contagious:

Friday, August 2 from 9 pm to close (approx. 2 am)
Saturday, August 3 from 9 pm to close (approx. 2 am)

The risk of becoming infected

I got this email yesterday morning:

Bill…I have followed you since the book on Jack in the Box. The National Food Safety Cause needs your help. We need to change “one” word in the 2009 FSMA regulations which will greatly reduce unsuspecting consumers from getting sick or dying because of this oversight. “Retail” to foodservice.