We reported on two outbreaks of hepatitis A earlier this year. The Hawaii Department of Health reports that the outbreak in the islands has now claimed victim No. 291, with 73 of the victims requiring hospitalization. According to Food Safety News, that total includes another restaurant worker, which raises concerns about the possibility of secondary exposure opportunities (we previously reported that employees from seven restaurants and two flight attendants who work for Hawaiian Airlines had been diagnosed with the disease). The source of the outbreak has been identified as Sea Port Bay scallops originating in the Philippines (not Egypt, as previously reported) and served raw at Genki Sushi restaurants.