If you went to Comstock Saloon in North Beach within the last week and a half or so, you may want to go see your doctor.

According to SF Appeal, a food handler at the establishment has been diagnosed with Hepatitis A. Anyone who has been vaccinated doesn’t have anything to worry about, but if you haven’t been, and you ate or drank there on December 12th, 13th, 14th, 15, or 19th, you should go see your healthcare provider immediately and get the vaccine. It’s effective up to 14 days after initial exposure.

Man, that’s gross. Hepatitis A is transmitted via fecal oral contact. Which is to say, it’s spread by poop. Those “employees must wash hands” signs are there for a reason. The bummer is the fact that Comstock is actually a really cool spot in North Beach and we hope this is nothing more than a flash in the pan health scare.

Symptoms of Hepatitis A are similar to the flu, but the real tell-tale sign is jaundiced (yellow) eyes. If you went Comstock during any of the days in question and are showing these symptoms, seek help immediately.

(Via: Food Poison Journal)