• Lawsuit filed against Papa John's after hepatitis A exposure


    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A lawsuit has been filed against Papa John's Pizza after thousands of people were exposed to hepatitis A.

    The suit filed last week seeks $10,000 in damages. 
    The Mecklenburg County Health Department said people who ate at the Papa John's on Cambridge Commons Drive between March 24 and April 7 may have been exposed.              

    A manager at the pizza shop found out he had the virus.     
    Free vaccines were given to treat anyone who ate there.

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