The Saskatchewan Health Authority is asking anyone who ate at a restaurant located just south of Saskatoon to get in touch after a worker reported coming down with Hepatitis A.
Anyone who ate food at the Apple Crate Café in Crossmount on Dec. 28, Dec. 29, Dec. 30 or Jan. 13 faces a small risk of exposure to the virus.
In a media release, the health authority asked anyone who ate at the café on the affected dates who hasn’t already heard from a public health official to contact the public health and disease control office in Saskatoon at 306-655-4612.
The Hepatitis A virus affects the liver. Symptoms include loss of appetite, mild ‘flu-like’ illness, severe abdominal pain and diarrhea, nausea, tiredness, fever and jaundice.