Norovirus outbreak hits elder care facilities in Olmsted County

A foodborne illness outbreak has prompted health officials in Olmsted County to issue an alert for long-term care facilities. The Post Bulletin reports the alert comes after two facilities reported an increase in norovirus symptoms.
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A foodborne illness outbreak has prompted health officials in Olmsted County to issue an alert for long-term care facilities. The Post Bulletin reports the alert comes after two facilities reported an increase in norovirus symptoms.

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