The NFL commish finally spoke today to address the league's poor handling of each scandal, saying:
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We've heard any publicity is good publicity, but we're guessing that's not the case in this scenario!
A Red Robin in Springfield, Missouri is finding themselves in an odd situation after finding out one of their employees had been diagnosed with hepatitis A, leading health officials to believe they could have infected more than 5,000 customers!!!
For those of you who didn't get a degree in medicine or don't have access to Wikipedia, hepatitis A is a VERY contagious disease that attacks the liver and can be spread through contact of food and water!
Information on the employee in question have not been released, but health officials are urging anyone who ate at the restaurant between May 6th and May 8th to get immunized!
Strangely enough, this isn't the first time this has happened as a Red Robin employee in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania was also diagnosed with hepatitis A THIS MONTH, however, health officials didn't think it was necessary to take action in that situation.
That doesn't seem to be the case here as officials are doing everything in their power to prevent spreading! In the meantime, we'll most likely be getting our bottomless fries somewhere else!