The Maine CDC says they have identified a case of acute hepatitis A virus in a food service worker at the Skowhegan Walmart.
The worker handled food while May 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 15, 17, 18, 19 and 21.
If you ate any food prepared in the deli or worked in the deli during these dates you should look into getting a hepatitis A vaccine within 14 days of eating the food.
— Bill Marler (@bmarler) May 24, 2022
Customers who bought food from the deli as recently as Saturday may be at risk of contracting the contagious liver disease. https://t.co/m1r2w7Ud2f
— Bangor Daily News (@bangordailynews) May 24, 2022
CDC officials say a worker handled food while infectious at the Walmart in Skowhegan on multiple dates this month. They say anyone who purchased and/or ate food from the deli in this Walmart could be at risk for hepatitis A infection.
— WABI_TV5 (@WABI_TV5) May 24, 2022
"Anyone who purchased and/or ate food from the deli in this Walmart during these times could be at risk for hepatitis A infection," the Maine CDC said in Tuesday's release. https://t.co/uXAsHpa0bF
— NEWS CENTER Maine (@newscentermaine) May 24, 2022