Ann Arbor restaurant worker has Hepatitis A

The Washtenaw County Department of Public Health confirms a case of Hepatitis A in an Ann Arbor restaurant worker.

The employee works at Cardamom restaurant on Plymouth road.

The health department says that anyone who ate at the restaurant between September 16th and October 3rd might have been exposed.

The Washtenaw County Health Department is also working with the restaurant to make sure all other employees get vaccinated.

People who ate at Cardamom restaurant should watch for Hepatitis A symptoms, including fatigue, poor appetite, stomach pain, or vomiting, dark urine, and yellowing of the skin.