Hundreds Of Bloomington Buffalo Wild Wings Patrons Get Vaccinated For Hepatitis A

(BLOOMINGTON) – More than 900 people were vaccinated for Hepatitis A after an employee at Buffalo Wild Wings in Bloomington was diagnosed with the virus earlier this month.

The restaurant is located at 1350 W. Bloomfield Road.
For three days, the Monroe County health department opened its doors and allowed customers of the restaurant to get vaccinated after people who ate at the restaurant between January 2 and January 6 could’ve been exposed to it.
Since November 2017, the Indiana State Health Department has had 896 outbreak cases, 441 hospitalizations, and two deaths because of hepatitis A.