The Montgomery County Office of Public Health (OPH) announced today the temporary closure of Gino’s Ristorante & Pizzeria in West Norriton in relation to a Hepatitis A Virus (HAV) outbreak in the county. The restaurant will be closed until further notice while the investigation continues.

At this time, 11 total cases are under investigation, with

My guess is that Famous Anthony’s wishes it would have vaccinated its employees against hepatitis A instead.

Roanoke Times reports that owners of Famous Anthony’s filed bankruptcy Monday at two of their Roanoke locations after a hepatitis A outbreak originating from one of their employees killed four people and hospitalized more than 35 and sickened

  • Inspection Date: 12-30-2021
  • Comments: Foodborne illness complaint. Inspection conducted upon receiving possible foodborne illness complaint. Discussed with person-in-charge on proper handwashing, glove use when handling ready-to-eat foods, exclusion of ill employees, and prevention of contamination during food storage and handling. At time of inspection the following was observed. All hot and cold holding units were

Since the last update on December 30, 2021, CDC updated the case definition and removed three illnesses from this outbreak investigation. These three people were infected with E. coli bacteria that were not as closely related genetically to the rest in this outbreak. None of the three sick people reported eating Organic Power Greens.


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According to the CDC, as of November 15, 2021, a total of 10 people infected with the outbreak strain of E. coli O157:H7 have been reported from seven states. Illnesses started on dates ranging from October 15, 2021, to October 27, 2021. Sick people range in age from 2 to 71 years, with