Alberta Health Services issued an alert on Tuesday evening after confirming that a worker at two restaurants in Edmonton International Airport has contracted hepatitis A. The infected food handler worked at the Belgian Beer Cafe and Boston Pizza. People who consumed food or drink from these establishments on specific dates and times may have been exposed to the virus. The Edmonton Zone medical officer of health stated that there is no ongoing risk of infection and that the restaurants are safe to operate. Individuals who may have been exposed should contact Health Link immediately and monitor themselves for symptoms. Symptoms of hepatitis A include fatigue, loss of appetite, nausea, abdominal pain, fever, and jaundice.
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