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Norovirus, sometimes referred to as the winter vomiting bug in the UK and Ireland , is the most common cause of viral gastroenteritis in humans. It affects people of all ages. The virus is transmitted by fecally contaminated food or water, by person -to-person contact, and via aerosolization of vomited ...


Jul 1, 2015 ... Noroviruses and Drinking Water from Private Wells ... Norovirus is the official name for a group of viruses previously described as "Norwalk-like ...


recovered from the patients. The ubiquity of waterborne norovirus outbreaks calls for measures to monitor water for viruses. Water can be a source of disease ...


Apr 26, 2016 ... Norovirus is a common cause of foodborne illness outbreaks, and it can also contaminate drinking water, such as water from private wells, ...


To examine the long-term infectivity of human norovirus in water, 13 study subjects were challenged at different time points with groundwater spiked with the ...


Jan 17, 2012 ... If there is a central circle of hell, I now know what's there: endless glasses of water spiked with norovirus that you must drink for eternity.


Apr 25, 2016 ... The stomach bug that has struck more than 4000 people in Catalonia has been traced to office water-coolers.


Dec 31, 2016 ... “Norovirus is known as the winter vomiting bug because the virus causes ... person, or by the consumption of contaminated food or water.


Norovirus is the most common virus causing gastroenteritis in adults in the UK. ... The virus can be passed on if the infected person prepares food or if water is ...