SAN DIEGO – Clients at probably the most common beachfront eating places in Pacific Seashore are being warned that they could have been uncovered to the hepatitis A virus.
County well being officers stated Friday that anybody who ate on the World Well-known restaurant at 711 Pacific Seashore Dr. on seven dates was probably uncovered to an individual contaminated with the virus. The dates of attainable publicity are:
Aug. 28, 29 and 30 between three p.m. and eleven p.m.
Sept three. and four between 9 am. and 6 p.m.
Sept. 10 and eleven from three p.m. to eleven p.m.
Officers stated that there isn’t a recognized present danger of hepatitis publicity on the restaurant, and patrons who have been there on dates aside from those listed above aren’t considered vulnerable to publicity.
“The danger to the general public is low, however anybody who ate or had drinks on the restaurant on these dates and occasions ought to concentrate on the indicators and signs of hepatitis A,” stated Wilma Wooten, M.D., M.P.H., San Diego County public well being officer. “We encourage anybody who has not had the hepatitis A vaccine and people who might have been uncovered to contact their well being care supplier.”