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McDonald’s in Lougheed Hwy, Vancouver - Potential Hepatitis A exposure

1 year ago source business


3695 Lougheed Highway, Vancouver, V5M 2A6 British Columbia, Canada

Vancouver Coastal Health is notifying people who dined at McDonald’s located at 3695 Lougheed Hwy, Vancouver about a possible exposure to hepatitis A from on the following dates and times:
April 19th, 2023 – 8am to 4pm
April 21st, 2023 – 12pm – 7:30pm
April 23rd, 2023 – 8am – 4pm
April 26th, 2023 – 8am – 4pm
April 27th, 2023 – 7am – 2pm
April 28th, 2023 – 7am – 3pm
April 29th, 2023 – 7am – 3pm
April 30th, 2023 – 8am – 4pm
May 2nd, 2023 – 7am – 3pm
May 4th, 2023 – 8am – 4pm
May 8th, 2023 – 6am – 11am
May 9th, 2023 – 6am – 9am

Although the risk of transmission to the public is low, Vancouver Coastal Heath (VCH) Public Health advises anyone who consumed food at this restaurant during this time period to monitor themselves for symptoms of hepatitis A, which can take two to seven weeks to develop after exposure and last for about two months.

If you have early symptoms of hepatitis A it is very important to see your health care provider. In most cases, the infection goes away on its own and does not lead to long-term liver problems. In rare cases, it can be more serious.

Getting immunized with one dose of hepatitis A vaccine can help to prevent infection if given within two weeks of exposure. Therefore, VCH recommends immunization with hepatitis A vaccine for anyone who dined at this restaurant from April 29th – May 9th during the potential exposure times mentioned.

A free dose of hepatitis A vaccine is available for those who are eligible at public health clinics and pharmacies throughout the VCH region. Those who have previously been infected with hepatitis A or those who received two doses of hepatitis A vaccine prior to the exposure event are considered protected.

If you are experiencing Hepatitis A symptoms like fever, jaundice, nausea, clay-colored stool, dark urine, malaise, abdominal discomfort, or vomiting, it is important to report it. It can help to detect and resolve outbreaks early and prevent others from being harmed, and it enables better surveillance.


#mcdonalds #vancouver #britishcolumbia #ca #hepatitisa

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