HEALTH OFFICIALS: POSSIBLE HEPATITIS A EXPOSURE AT DOWNTOWN BAR

Jun 29, 2017

By Bob Komsic

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Anyone who ate or drank at O’Grady’s restaurant at 518 Church Street earlier this month, may have been exposed to Hepatitis A from an employee and is advised to get a vaccine shot.
A vaccine is most effective when received within 14 days of exposure.
While Toronto Public Health officials say the risk is low, they’re warning anyone who dined at O’Grady’s between June 7 and 23 might have been exposed.
Free Hepatitis A vaccination clinics will be held Friday June 30 at East York Civic Centre from 1pm to 7pm and Saturday July 1 at Metro Hall from 10am to 2pm.
Most people who contract the disease make a full recovery and infection generally creates a lifetime of immunity.
But older people as well as those who suffer from chronic liver conditions face a greater risk of hospitalization or death.
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