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The Boston Globe reported today on a large norovirus outbreak at the Harvard Faculty Club.  The Club is currently closed for deep-cleaning after 100-200 people fell ill shortly after Easter brunches held this past Sunday and Tuesday.   Notably, this was the Club’s second closure in a week due to norovirus concerns.

It appears, however, that more than just the unlucky souls at

 The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has announced that  norovirus was the cause of over 400 illnesses that forced a Celebrity Cruise’s ship back to Charleston, South Carolina during a voyage to the Caribbean.

According to CNN, the Celebrity Cruises’ outbreak sickened 435 of 1,838 passengers, as recounted by Cynthia Martinez, Celebrity spokeswoman.

According to

norovirusNatalie Angier, wrote about noroviruses in yesterday’s New York Times.  Her family had a run-in with a norovirus after New Year’s Eve, and she did some research into norovuiruses.  Part of what she found is this:

Its sour suite of symptoms is often referred to as “stomach flu,” but norovirus infection is distinct from

The CDC‘s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) includes a report titled, "Norovirus Outbreak Associated with Ill Food-Service Workers — Michigan, January–February 2006" this week.  In it, we learn that:

  • norovirus informationOn January 30, 2006, the Barry-Eaton District Health Department (BEDHD) in Michigan was notified of gastrointestinal illness in several members of two

The LA Daily News reported that at least two LA-area restaurants have been identified as the source of norovirus outbreaks recently.  The Buca di Beppo restaurant located in the Valencia Town Center and the Marie Callender’s restaurant located near Magic Mountain – both in Los Angeles County – were the source of food poisoning outbreaks