Three Hep A Cases Under Investigation In El Paso Co.

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Tonight we know there are at least three Hepatitis A cases being investigated in El Paso County. They are possibly linked to a recall of frozen berries.

The Townsend Farms Organic Antioxidant Blend Berries were sold at Costco and have been recalled.

We talked to a family last night who tells us they may have gotten sick because of the berries.

They tell us they've scheduled appointments to test for the disease.
The health department says if you've eaten the berries, you can get a vaccine within two weeks of eating the food.

We have information about the recall and how to get a free vaccine here.

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