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Tom's Gyro Restaurant Hepatitis A Exposure

Public Health officials confirmed that an employee of Tom's Gyro in Pocatello, Idaho tested positive for Hepatitis A. Patrons who ate and drank at this establishment may have been exposed to hepatitis A during the dates of August 2- August 14, 2012.

The Idaho Department of Public Health urged patrons of Tom's Gyro to get vaccinated for Hepatitis A immediately. The health department also advised that anyone who ate or drank at Tom's Gyro between July 15- August 2, 2012 should contact their medical provider if they exhibited any symptoms of Hepatitis.

Symptoms usually occur abruptly and may include: fever, loss of appetite, abdominal discomfort. jaundice (yellowing of the skin & eyes), tiredness, nausea, and dark urine.

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