wral.com – Charlotte, N.C. — Customers who ate at Hardee’s restaurant on Little Rock Road in Charlotte between June 13 and 23 should receive a hepatitis A vaccination as soon as possible, according to NBC affiliate WCNC.
Public Health Director Gibbie Harris said Tuesday that the outbreak identified by the State and Centers for Disease Control earlier this month in Mecklenburg County has led to five additional cases since June 6, including a Hardee’s employee diagnosed Monday.
“After consulting with the State today, we are recommending a vaccination for exposed employees and patrons who ate at the 2604 Little Rock Road location between June 13 and 23,” Harris said. “According to the CDC, the vaccine must be given within 14 days of exposure for the vaccine to be effective.”
Breh wtf man, if I go to your establishment to dine on some grub and walk out with hepatitis you owe me a check homie…FUCK that.