County public health officials say that a worker at a Teavana tea store in Indianapolis, IN, may have exposed shoppers who drank free tea samples to the Hepatitis A virus. Anyone who drank tea samples at the Fashion Mall at Keystone in Indianapolis on April 5 or April 19 should watch for signs and symptoms of Hepatitis A exposure. These include nausea, vomiting, fever and yellowing of the skin or eyes. Those who notice signs and symptoms of Hepatitis A exposure should contact a doctor. Teavana, an Atlanta, GA-based company bought by Starbucks in 2012, has disinfected the store and thrown out all tea makers, said Starbucks spokeswoman Jaime Riley. Marion County health officials said that people who drank tea samples brewed on April 19 may still benefit from a vaccine or immune globulin to help stave off the disease. People younger than 40 should take the vaccine, and anyone older than 40 and, therefore, more at risk if infected, is encouraged to get the immune globulin. The county health department is offering free vaccine to anyone who visited the store April 19 and drank the tea. “It’s kind of an extra-cautionary step, but we did feel that the public needed to know,” said Melissa McMasters, coordinator of the county’s immunization and infectious disease program. For more information or to learn where to get the shot or immune globulin, contact the county health department at (317) 221-2122.