The Hawaii State Department of Health (DOH) is continuing its investigation of an ongoing hepatitis A outbreak on the island of Oahu, and today confirmed a new case in a Hawaiian Airlines flight attendant. 339 more words
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Genki Sushi restaurants on Oahu and Kauai are still closed.
Last Monday, the Department of Health ordered the popular restaurants to close because of a link to Hawaii’s hepatitis A outbreak. 269 more words
Problem scallops linked to a Hepatitis A outbreak in Hawaii that’s prompted the shutdown of several sushi restaurants might not be limited just to that state, as federal officials have confirmed they’re recalling the products in two other states as well. 151 more words
Many restaurants, even if they never sold tainted scallops, say they’re hurting more than ever now since the Department of Health identified the source of the hepatitis A outbreak earlier this week. 265 more words
I don’t like seafood.
Well, generally I don’t like seafood. My list of acceptable seafood is short: canned tuna, fish and chips, lobster, ‘opihi and maybe one bite of shoyu poke (hold the limu). 209 more words
The Food and Drug Administration says tainted scallops blamed for Hawaii’s hepatitis A outbreak were distributed beyond the islands.
We’ve learned from the supplier just how many pounds of product is being recalled. 606 more words