Hepatitis A case confirmed at Taco Bell locations in Everett, Lake Stevens

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash. — A case of Hepatitis A has been confirmed in a worker at Taco Bell locations in Everett and Lake Stevens, the Snohomish County Health Department said in a release Thursday.

Anyone who ate at the Everett location (2727 Broadway) on May 22 or 23 and at the Lake Stevens location (303 91st Ave NE) on May 23 are asked to check their vaccination status against Hepatitis A.

Those who are vaccinated are considered protected from this exposure and do not need to take any further action.

Anyone who patronized the locations on those dates who is not vaccinated is asked to

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