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Protect yourself from hepatitis A

 Apr 01 - Apr 30, 2019Please call 904-875-6110, #1 to see if you are eligible for a free hepatitis A vaccine.


Protect Yourself from Hepatitis A

The Florida Department of Health in Nassau County is providing free hepatitis A vaccines to those who qualify. Please call 904-875-6110, #1 to see if you are eligible.

The number of reported hepatitis A cases in Florida has steadily increased each month since April 2018, primarily among people who use drugs, people who are homeless, or men who have sex with men.

  • Common symptoms of hepatitis A include stomach pain, nausea and vomiting, and yellow skin or eyes.

  • Hepatitis A can spread by objects, food or drink containing small amounts of stool from someone with hepatitis A.

  • Most people with hepatitis A will fully recover, but recently 77% of people with hepatitis A in Florida were hospitalized.

  • The hepatitis A vaccine is safe and effective. Even one dose can protect you.

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Please call 904-875-6110, #1 to see if you are eligible for a free hepatitis A vaccine.