Another case of hepatitis A has been found in a food worker in Northern Kentucky, this time in Florence, the Northern Kentucky Health Department reported on Monday.
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A food service worker at John G. Carlisle Elementary School has been diagnosed with having hepatitis A.
In August, the Northern Kentucky Health Department reported 50 cases of hepatitis A, a viral infection of the liver, across its 4-county service area.
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