Norovirus sickens Durham retirees

Croasdaile Village retirement community has been hit with an outbreak of the highly contagious Norovirus. According to a report in today’s News & Observer, the campus has been closed to visitors for at least a week while workers scrub down the place.

The Norovirus lives on hard surfaces, so it can be picked up by touching a doorknob, handrail, table, or other object. Once infected, a person can experience nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea for about 24 hours. While that is inconvenient and debilitating for an average healthy person, it can be devastating in an older person.

To read the full N&O story, click here.

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