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The outbreak of the no-war imprisonment closes the Tokoro Hospital



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Two patient patients in the Tokoroi hospital have a confirmed diagnosis of a highly infectious virus (image file).

TOM LEE / STUFF

Two patient patients in the Tokoroi hospital have a confirmed diagnosis of a highly infectious virus (image file).

Tokoroa Hospital is closed to everyone except urgent cases due to a bug that causes vomiting and diarrhea.

The no-virus epidemic started at the hospital on Saturday, but the Vaikato District Health Board said it was safe to keep the virus fast.

Two patients have a confirmed diagnosis of persistent viruses.

Three more patients and two staff members showed symptoms, according to a health committee statement.

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The hospital department has eight patients, who were closed on Tuesday for general benefits.

"We … are working to avoid the epidemic by isolating patients with symptoms and control measures such as strict hand hygiene for all patients, visitors and staff."

Norovirus is highly contagious, according to the Ministry of Health.

"Both faeces and vomiting are contagious, and the virus can survive on contaminated surfaces and after cleaning with some disinfectant."

People with norovirus are infectious at least three days after cessation of symptoms, it says.

Symptoms include nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, cramps in the stomach, headache, low temperature, chills, and muscle aches.

Examples of how the Norovirus can spread include air, touching contaminated surfaces and putting fingers in your mouth, or sharing food or eating from the same plate or cutlery.

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