The Houston Health Department is following the mantra of share what you know, what you don’t know and be available for questions following a hepatitis A incident in Houston, TX.
According to 2 Houston, a student at Stephen F. Austin high school was diagnosed with hepatitis a and public health department officials alerted students, parents and staff that there they may have been exposed. Transmission of the virus happens when the poop of an infected person ends in someones mouth either through hands, objects, food, or drinks.
Dates of exposure are April 20 to May 11 and Health Department officials are visiting the school to engage with the community for public information/Q&A sessions.
There are probably lots of students who work at restaurant/retail stores who also work at Stephen F. Austin.