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Patrons of Saskatchewan inn and restaurant warned of hepatitis A risk

Two health regions in Saskatchewan are warning people who were at a motel and restaurant near Lake Diefenbaker that they may have been exposed to hepatitis A, News Talk 980 CJME reports.

The Cypress and Five Hills health regions say people who stayed at the Mainstay Inn Motel and Restaurant between June 1 and June 22 could have been exposed to the virus.

The regions say they have been investigating a person with hepatitis A who was at the business this month.

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The inn is located in Palliser Regional Park.

The Five Hills Health Region inspected the business on Saturday and says there is no longer a risk of infection.

The health regions say anyone who has not had a hepatitis A vaccination could be at risk.

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