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April 6, 2017
  • The Multnomah County Health Department is investigating hepatitis A at two Portland cafes.

  • This is only for people who ate or drank at the Cup & Saucer, 8237 N Denver March 22 to March 29 OR ate at the cafe  Feb. 22 to March 29 and then had fever, tiredness, belly pain, vomiting, diarrhea or jaundice.

  • This is also for anyone who ate or drank at the Cup & Saucer at 3566 SE Hawthorne March 22 or March 25.

The best way to prevent hepatitis A is by getting vaccinated. There are vaccines that can lower the risk of getting sick if they are given within 2 weeks of coming in contact with the virus.

Callers should check with your provider about vaccine or other care options.

If you don't have a provider or you can't get into your provider in time, vaccines are available through the Multnomah County Immunization Clinic at 426 SW Stark Street, Portland (3rd floor). Walk-in clinic hours are:

  •  April 6-7, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

  •  April 8, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

  •  April 10-12, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Also, you may be able to get the vaccine at your local pharmacy. Walgreens, Rite Aid, Fred Meyer, and Costco pharmacies all offer hepatitis A vaccine to anyone over age 7. Call your neighborhood pharmacy directly to find out more.

Hepatitis A is now a required vaccine for Oregon children up to 8th grade. So if your school-aged child is up to date on vaccinations, they are protected.

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