Hepatitis A scare at NYC restaurant prompts 239 to get vaccinated

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A West Village restaurant will continue to offer free Hepatitis A vaccinations after a recent health scare.

Officials believe anyone who ate at Alta Tapas between March 23 and April 2 could have been exposed.

An employee who worked with desserts is infected, so anyone who ordered dessert is advised to get the shot as a precaution.

As of Friday, the Department of Health said no customers had been infected.

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