Vomiting virus closes hospital wards

Vomiting virus closes hospital wards

There are 3 comments on the Guardian Unlimited story from Jan 4, 2008, titled Vomiting virus closes hospital wards. In it, Guardian Unlimited reports that:

“We strongly urge visitors with symptoms to please avoid visiting the hospitals until symptoms have settled for two days. "If a visitor has recently had diarrhoea or vomiting, we ask that they phone ahead for advice.”

Dozens of hospital wards across the UK have been forced to close due to outbreaks of a winter vomiting virus. via Guardian Unlimited

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#1 Jan 5, 2008
'Winter vomiting?' cough. Norovirus isn't seasonal, open some bloody windows.
Hospitals need to be stricter about whom they let in. Doormen should be recruited to inspect every visitor, staff and patient who enters the hospital. All entrants should be forced to wear a surgical mask, wash their hands, take off all clothes with long sleeves, wear a shower cap over their hair....or the filthy bastards should be turned away.

Oxford, UK

#2 Jan 7, 2008
lier why u lieng stupid thing?!!!

Oxford, UK

#3 Jan 7, 2008
he is not lieng he z crazy

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