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Public health in Huron-Perth holding vaccination clinics for Hepatitis A

It's due to an outbreak in Quebec and Nova Scotia believed to be linked to recalled frozen mangoes
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Public health officials in Huron-Perth are holding a pair of vaccination clinics for Hepatitis A this week. 

It follows messaging from the Public Health Agency of Canada on an outbreak of infections in Quebec and Nova Scotia. 

A statement from the PHAC said, "Based on the investigation findings to date, exposure to frozen mangoes has been identified as a likely source of the outbreak."

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency issued a recall for various frozen mangoes, distributed in several provinces including Ontario. 

As a precaution, Huron Perth Public Health is holding two free clinics for anyone who consumed the affected products in the last 14 days. 

One is happening Monday from noon until 4 p.m. at 653 Gore Street in Stratford, while the other is happening Tuesday in Clinton between the same hours. 

You can find more details about the clinics and recalled products by clicking here, and to book an appointment - call 1-888-221-2133 ext 2284.

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