Restaurateurs face such a no-win situation when a worker is diagnosed as being infected by Hepatitis A that it might be time to consider an industry-sponsored public education campaign.Hepatitis A stems from fecal contamination, and as often as not, a restaurant worker with the virus picked it up away from the job, usually through poor personal hygiene practices or the poor hygiene of a friend or family member. Still, the discovery of a single worker with Hepatitis A, who if following proper ...

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