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New Hawaii Sea Restaurant Hepatitis A Outbreak

According to health officials, customers who ate food from New Hawaii Sea Restaurant in the Bronx (located at 1475 Williamsbridge Road) between September 7 and September 19 should receive hepatitis A vaccine as soon as possible to prevent hepatitis A infection.

Vaccination can prevent infection or lessen the symptoms of hepatitis A if it is administered within 14 days of exposure.

People who ate food prepared at the restaurant, either in-store, through catering or delivery and are unable to receive a vaccine because the 14-day exposure window has closed should seek medical treatment if they fall ill with symptoms of hepatitis A infection.

Hepatitis A infection

Hepatitis A infection is spread through a fecal-oral route. The virus can be spread on food contaminated by an infected person.

Symptoms of hepatitis A infection include fatigue, abdominal pain, nausea and diarrhea. After a few days, jaundice—a yellowing of the skin and eyes—sets in.

Contact the Marler Clark Hepatitis A Attorneys

If you or a family member became ill with hepatitis A after consuming food from New Hawaii Sea and you’re interested in pursuing a legal claim, you can contact the Marler Clark hepatitis A lawyers for a free case evaluation. Marler Clark is the nation’s leading law firm representing victims of hepatitis A outbreaks and other foodborne illnesses. The law firm has represented hundreds of victims of hepatitis A outbreaks, and is the only firm in the nation with a practice focused exclusively on foodborne illness litigation.

You can fill out the contact form or call toll-free at 866-770-2032. There is no cost to you.

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