GENEVA Ill. Health officials are encouraging more than 3,000 customers of a Houlihan’s here to get a precautionary injection against hepatitis A because of a possible exposure to the virus during visits to the restaurant earlier this month. News reports say that 630 patrons have already accepted the offer of a free immunity-boosting globulin shot from Kane County’s Health Department. But the germ fighters say that as many as 4,000 people may have visited the casual-dining restaurant ...

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