As far as I know, no. I know people who have got both Hepatitis A and B while traveling in Asia and while neither is infected they both show blood antibodies for those strains. Hepatitis C is a totally different virus and requires blood to blood transmission unlike the first two which are far easier to catch. If they tested positive for HCV then it was not contracted via contaminated food or dirty water.
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