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The Estill County Health Department says there are currently 14 confirmed cases of hepatitis A in the county.
A food service employee at the hospital cafeteria in Pavilion A in the University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital has been diagnosed with a confirmed case of hepatitis A.
The health department says a worker at the Frisch's on Harrodsburg Road has been diagnosed with hepatitis A.
The Franklin County Health Department says the employee works at KFC located at 1229 US 127.
The health department says that brings the total number of cases in the city to 35 overall.
Since the hepatitis A outbreak began in Kentucky a year ago, there have been 2,050 confirmed cases, according to the state.
A case of hepatitis A has been confirmed at the Leslie County Detention Center, according to county health officials.
The Madison County Health Department has declared a hepatitis A outbreak as the number of cases in the county increase.
The inmate has been medically quarantined.
The Floyd County Health Department says a person at the Floyd County jail has been diagnosed with hepatitis A.
A food service worker at a Hardee's on US 127 in Frankfort has tested positive for hepatitis A.
A student at West Perry Elementary School has tested positive for hepatitis A, according to a Facebook post by Superintendent Jonathan Jett.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Lexington-Fayette County Health Department officials say in September, Lexington had 13 confirmed cases in the statewide outbreak. They say this is...
The health department says the employee was involved in food preparation.
The health department reports a patient at the Hope Center’s Privett Recovery Center tested positive for hepatitis A last week.
The health department says the employee at Cracker Barrel was not directly involved in food preparation. However, the employee at KFC was involved in food preparation.
The jail says it went on lockdown Sunday night after three inmates tested positive for hepatitis A.
The Elliott County School District says there will be no school Friday, September 14 due to someone having hepatitis A in the school community.
Updated hepatitis A numbers from the state show the scope of the outbreak in Kentucky.
Nearly 100 students stayed home in Anderson County because they were not immunized against hepatitis A, as required by the district.