The number of Hepatitis A cases attributed to an Illinois McDonald’s restaurant has risen to 30, according to the Illinois Dept. of Public Health and the Quad-City Times.

The summer outbreak of the disease in the Quad-City region are all related to people who have visited a McDonald’s restaurant at 400 W. 1st St., Milan, Ill., this summer.

The Hepatitis A vaccine or a drug called immune globulin will be provided to the patient’s contacts, said Theresa Foes, spokesperson for the Rock Island County Health Dept.

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