norovirus outbreak

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Norovirus is highly contagious and causes nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
Among the 324 outbreaks where a specific food was implicated, nearly all (more than 90 percent) were contaminated upon final
The norovirus, which is particularly common on cruise ships, nursing homes and hotels, causes gastrointestinal symptoms including
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In a serious epidemic, people facing decisions that may have life or death consequences will need to trust their information sources. If health officials and the media lose their credibility, it may be impossible to recover.
The report included 386 investigations of infectious outbreaks that were reported by 289 different hospitals around the U.S