As Eastern Kentucky health officials continue to combat a state-wide hepatitis A outbreak, many businesses, restaurants and even schools are requiring the vaccination. Daniel Thies, the pharmacist at a pharmacy in Manchester said in one week they gave close to 100 hepatitis A vaccines. Pharmacy workers are now seeing more people getting the vaccine then they have in the past. One of the main reasons behind the increase in the city of Manchester is a restaurant there had a worker tested positive for hepatitis A. Thies says he has not seen a shortage of the vaccinations at his pharmacy, but the vaccination is in high demand. He said you get one injection and then six months later you get the second injection. Health workers say it is important to get vaccinated and that they highly recommend the shot. Thies says it is covered by most insurance companies.