"We're just doing precautionary measures," Faulkenberry said. "Because we know this person worked with food and there's always danger."
Faulkenberry says the employee stopped working at Cheddar's as soon as the found out they had the virus.
"No one has become sick, yet, that we know of but we would like to let them know what the symptoms are," Faulkenberry said.
Those symptoms include fatigue, fever, upset stomach and--after a while-- yellowing of the eyes and skin.
"If they do get it, it's self-limiting," she said. "They will get over it without any antibiotics or anything like that. It's usually just bed rest."
Faulkenberry says is a simple treatment for a virus that should be taken seriously.
"Well it's a virus of the liver and, yes, people should be concerned," she said. "It is highly contagious so that's why we want to let people know that they may have been exposed."