A Case of Hepatitis A Has Been Detected in Worker at Hoop Dee Doo Musical Review

A Case of Hepatitis A Has Been Detected in Worker at Hoop Dee Doo Musical Review.

A case of Hepatitis A was detected in a food service worker at Hoop-Dee-Doo Revue at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground. The Florida Department of Health has cleaned and sanitized the entire location and has found no reason for guests to be alarmed.

The health department said it received a report of the hepatitis A case on Jan. 24. “Our epidemiology staff partnered with Disney to vaccinate employees at the venue last week. Disney continues that process of vaccinating their employees,” health officials said.

A spokesperson with Disney said:

“Nothing is more important to us than safety. Upon learning this news, we immediately began working with the Florida Department of Health in Orange County. The impacted cast member has not worked since being diagnosed and will not return until officially cleared by the Department of Health. We are not aware of anyone else becoming ill and continue to be engaged with the Department of Health to ensure we have all of the right processes in place to protect our cast members and guests.”

If you have dined at Hoop-Dee-Doo recently can contact the Florida Department of Health at 407-858-1420 for more information.

Source: WESH 2

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Heather Adamczak