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Columbus,OH-  If you have eaten at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop (479 North High Street) between Jan.1 and Jan 16,2019, the health department is asking for you to get a hepatitis A vaccine. The Columbus Public Health is investigating the restaurant after an employee who has had direct contact with food was diagnosed with Hepatitis A.

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According to, the health department revealed all staff at Fuzz’s Taco Shop have been vaccinated and no one else is sick.

There will be a public vaccination clinic for adults on Jan. 26 from noon to 4 p.m. at Columbus Public Health located at 240 Parsons Avenue.

As of 2018, it has been 213 cases investigated with Columbus Public Health and the Franklin County Health Department.

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