Has the Norovirus hit you in Cleethorpes?

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By elsawill | Wednesday, January 02, 2013, 19:47

According to the BBC News website, reported cases of the Winter vomiting bug,  Norovirus has hit more than 1.1 million people in England and Wales.

Although reported cases dipped over the Christmas break,  further cases are expected in the next few weeks, especially as work places and  schools get back after the Christmas break.

The NHS website states that the bug is highly contagious, and causes vomiting and diarrhoea. As there is no specific cure, you have to let it run its course, but it should not last more than a couple of days.

If you get norovirus, make sure you drink plenty of fluids to avoid dehydration and practise good hygiene to help prevent it from spreading. It is important to maintain good hand hygiene to help prevent it spreading and stay away from hospitals, schools and care homes.



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    Have you heard that it's a new strain of winter vomiting bug Norovirus called Sydney 2012.
    Sounds like the Olympics of illnesses!

    By peteperkins at 13:52 on 09/01/13

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    Apparently all the wards in the Diana Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby are back open after an outbreak of this bug

    By elsawill at 12:27 on 04/01/13

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    I know of a few people who say they have had it. But before Christmas there was quite lot of people both adults and children with flu as in headache, temperature, aching limbs, cold, coughs and sore throats, and that generally hit each person in the household - apart from those who had previously had a flu jab.
    Can't they develop a vaccination for this Norovirus?

    By peteperkins at 19:55 on 02/01/13

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