The Hawaii State Department of Health has confirmed an additional case of hepatitis A in a food service employee on Oahu.
State health officials confirmed an additional case of hepatitis A on Oahu in a food service worker at Tamashiro Market, located at 802 N. King St. in Honolulu. The employee worked from July 2 through July 23.
Tom Atchison just got off a flight from Oakland. He was surprised to hear that a Hawaiian Air crew member recently tested positive for Hep A, but he wasn't overly concerned. "Every time you fly you put yourself in a sardine can with a couple hundred people, there's always risks when you fly. I usually get a cold or flu. Hope no Hep A, right?" Atchison said, Health officials stress no infections have been linked to the exposure, but as a precaution, Hawaiian is working...
State health officials confirmed on Tuesday two new cases of hepatitis A for a food service employee at the Chili's restaurant in Kapolei and a Hawaiian Airlines flight attendant.
Additional cases of hepatitis A infection have been reported to the Hawaii State Department of Health, increasing the number of confirmed cases to 31, according to a press release.