Possible Hepatitis A Exposure At Pine Knob – What You Need To Know
If you were at Pine Knob Music Theatre for the 2023 summer concert series, you may have been exposed to hepatitis A.
The Oakland County Health Division has reported a suspected case of Hepatitis A at the popular Clarkston, Michigan outdoor music venue.
According to reports from the Oakland County Health Division, anyone who consumed food in the Ivy Lounge located inside Pine Knob, between August 28th and September 8th may have been exposed.
If you were at any of the shows listed below, the Oakland County Health Division recommends you monitor yourself for symptoms, and if you are unvaccinated for hepatitis A, get vaccinated.
It is now September 18th, so please plan accordingly.
Some symptoms of hepatitis A are as follows,
- Abdominal Pain
- Dark urine
- Yellow skin
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, symptoms usually appear two to seven weeks after infection.
You are encouraged to take the proper steps by getting checked and vaccinated if necessary. It is better to be safe, than sorry. Be sure to contact your specific county health department for vaccination information.
For additional information on hepatitis A, you can check out the Oakland County Health Division website.
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