LINTON, Ind. (WTHI) - A case of hepatitis A was reported at a Linton fast-food chain.
Greene County health officials told News 10 an employee at Long John Silver's was infected with Hep A
Through the investigation, officials learned the risk of infection was very low for anyone who may have eaten at the restaurant in the last few weeks.
Indiana continues to be one of several states experiencing a Hep A outbreak.
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