The hepatitis scare that began when an Olive Garden employee tested positive for the illness sent droves of diners to the Cumberland County Health Department on Tuesday seeking vaccinations they hoped would stave off disease.Read the full article
Parking spots were in short supply and a line hundreds long wrapped around the lobby and down a hallway of the Ramsey Street building, prompting county officials to extend clinic hours late into the night.
Some customers said their opinions of Olive Garden had tanked with the hepatitis scare, saying they wouldn't return, while others said they understood it could happen at any eatery.
"It just makes you realize how people aren't that clean," said 23-year-old Leigh-Anne Holland, who ate at Olive Garden on July 31. "It can happen anywhere."