Investigators trace of role reusable grocery bag in norovirus outbreak

Oregon investigators recently mapped the trail of an outbreak of a nasty stomach bug among participants in a girls' soccer tournament to a reusable open top grocery bag stored in a hotel bathroom. Their findings, which illustrate the role that inanimate objects can play in spreading norovirus infection, appear in The Journal of Infectious Diseases. Source: Infectious Diseases Society of America - Discipline: Epidemiology

Investigators trace of role reusable grocery bag in norovirus outbreak

Oregon investigators recently mapped the trail of an outbreak of a nasty stomach bug among participants in a girls' soccer tournament to a reusable open top grocery bag stored in a hotel bathroom. ...

Tue 8 May 12 from Medical Xpress

Investigators trace role of reusable grocery bag in norovirus outbreak, Wed 9 May 12 from Labspaces.net

Investigators trace of role reusable grocery bag in norovirus outbreak, Wed 9 May 12 from e! Science News

Oregon norovirus traced to reusable grocery bag

Oregon investigators have traced an outbreak of norovirus to a reusable grocery bag that members of a Beaverton girls' soccer team passed around when they shared cookies

Thu 10 May 12 from FOXNews

Oregon norovirus traced to reusable grocery bag, Wed 9 May 12 from AP

Oregon norovirus traced to reusable grocery bag, Wed 9 May 12 from R&D Mag

How a Reusable Grocery Bag Can Spread Disease

A reusable grocery bag recently played a role in spreading a stomach bug among a group of girls at a soccer tournament, a new study finds.

Wed 9 May 12 from Livescience

Norovirus Outbreak Traced to Reusable Grocery Bag

WEDNESDAY, May 9 (HealthDay News) — A case study showing how a grocery bag and its contents caused an outbreak of the stomach bug norovirus highlights the role that inanimate objects can ...

Wed 9 May 12 from Health News

Norovirus Outbreak Traced to Reusable Grocery Bag, Tue 8 May 12 from WebMD

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