LOS ANGELES -- Supermarket employees who handle raw or unprocessed foods may be among food-service workers and others who will be required to be vaccinated for hepatitis-A, pending a study ordered by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors here, according to a spokesman for the County Supervisor‘s office. Following the discovery last month that a catering company cook had been diagnosed with hepatitis-A -- potentially affecting 3,500 people who attended several events at which he worked ...
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