Nottingham hospitals urge public to help stop spread of Norovirus
Nottingham hospitals are urging the public to be vigilant to help prevent any possible spread of Norovirus, following an increase in cases of diarrhoea and vomiting in the community.
Most people make a full recovery within a couple of days after contracting the highly-contagious bug, however vulnerable people may become very dehydrated and require hospital treatment.
A spokesman for Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, which runs the Queen's Medical Centre and City Hospital, said: "If you have friends and family in hospital and you think you might have Norovirus, please do not... read more
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