LOS ANGELES Health officials here are considering a proposal to require all employees of the county's estimated 25,000 restaurants to be vaccinated against hepatitis A. County supervisors reportedly asked health officials to study the costs and benefits of such a policy following news that a prep cook for Wolfgang Puck Catering was diagnosed with the illness and may have exposed guests at a catered event in February. Similar incidents have also been reported at city restaurants and ...

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