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Dozens of Cruise Passengers Sick with Norovirus Arrive at Houston Airport

Norovirus,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | June 4, 2024

The Houston Fire Department was called to Terminal C to greet dozens of cruise passengers sick with norovirus as they arrived at Houston’s Bush Intercontinental Airport with flu-like symptoms. Cruise Passengers Sick with Norovirus Cruise goers and flight travelers returned… read more

Incubation Period for Norovirus

Norovirus | February 23, 2024

The incubation period for norovirus is relatively short compared to other gastrointestinal viruses, typically ranging from 12 to 48 hours after exposure. However, it can vary, and some individuals may start experiencing symptoms as early as 12 hours after exposure,… read more

Norovirus Cases on the Rise; Hand Sanitizers Not Effective.

Norovirus,Our Blog | February 10, 2024

The Salt Lake County Health Department published a warning that norovirus infections are on the rise in the area, issuing a reminder to citizens that hand sanitizer are not effective at preventing the spread of the virus or protection for… read more

What to Do if You Suspect a Norovirus Outbreak

Norovirus | September 29, 2023

Suspecting a norovirus outbreak is a serious matter, and taking immediate action is important. By following these steps and seeking legal guidance when necessary, you can protect the rights and well-being of yourself and others affected. Immediate Response Report the… read more

SLO County Public Health Norovirus Outbreak

Norovirus,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | May 11, 2023

Norovirus, also known to most people as a “stomach bug” or “stomach flu” is a foodborne illness. Nearly 100 people (at last reported count) have been sickened in San Luis Obispo County this month. The San Luis Obispo County Public… read more

How Long Can Norovirus Live on Surfaces?

Norovirus | September 30, 2022

Norovirus is a common foodborne illness that leads to gastroenteritis, causing symptoms similar to the stomach flu. There are multiple ways to contract norovirus, but a primary source is eating food or drinking liquids that have become contaminated with the… read more

Puritan Backroom in New Hampshire Linked to Norovirus Death

Norovirus,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | January 1, 2020

New Years’ Eve brought was a night of epic parties, promises, resolutions, and time spent with those we care for. But this New Year’s Eve also brought with it a closure to a mystery death in New Hampshire. This Norovirus-related… read more

Norovirus Detector

Norovirus,Our Blog | September 1, 2019

Norovirus is one of the leading causes of food poisoning in the United States. It affects some 20 million people each year. And now, thanks to researchers at the University of Arizona, it might be possible to test for it… read more

3 Eyed Fish Norovirus Outbreak

Norovirus,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | June 26, 2019

The Benton-Franklin Health District Food Safety Program announced this week that they investigated a Norovirus outbreak back in February linked to a tri-city area restaurant. Here is everything we know about the 3 Eyed Fish Norovirus Outbreak: The Outbreak At… read more

Tequila’s Mexican Grill Outbreak

Norovirus,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | June 26, 2019

According to local news affiliate WILX, the Barry-Eaton District Health Department now says 39 people reported getting sick after eating at Tequila’s Mexican Grill in Charlotte. Here’s what you need to know about the Tequila’s Mexican Grill Outbreak: What We… read more