Confirmed Case Of Heptatis A At Buffalo Wild Wings In Michigan
According to the Detroit Free Press, customers who ate at the Buffalo Wild Wings on Mound Road in Warren, Michigan anytime between March 24th through April 9th may have been exposed to hepatitis A. If you or someone you know ate at that particular location of the Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant in Macomb County, be on the lookout for hepatitis A symptoms such as abdominal pain, nausea, dark urine, yellow skin and eyes, fever and chills. Officials say it can take from 15 to 50 days for symptoms to develop.
Customers who may have been exposed are encouraged to get a hepatitis A vaccine. According to the Macomb County Health Department, more than 800 cases have been reported statewide since August of 2016. Click here to find out more.
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