Utica, NY. - The Oneida County Health Department issuing a warning for anyone who may have dined out at a Rome restaurant this month.
An employee at Cianfrocco's Subs and Wings was recently diagnosed with Hepatitis A and may have exposed customers to the disease.
The Health Department is urging those who may have gone to the restaurant between February 12th and 22nd to call their doctor and receive preventative treatment.
Hep A is most commonly spread through consuming food and drinks prepared by an infected person, and symptoms can include fever, joint pain, and vomiting.