Health officials warn restaurant customers about Hep A case

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LYNNWOOD, Wash. (AP) - Public health officials say customers who ate at a Lynnwood restaurant that was shut down because of a Hepatitis A infection could be at risk of contracting the virus. KOMO-TV reports the Snohomish Health District allowed Ashiya Teriyaki to reopen Friday after forcing its closure on ... …

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