Cochin zilla hospital novaivirus erupts.
Island Health spokesman Marybeth Burton states that on January 4, the second floor of the hospital had 10 patients with confirmed or suspected neuropsis in the affected area.
She said that the members of the three staff are also closed with symptoms such as naurovirus.
Burton said that we are limiting the visits of affected areas to immediate families to immediate families.
"All visitors are asked to practice hand hygiene protocols while the infection control efforts are on. We have an additional cleaning staff in the hospital and terminal cleaning has been implemented in the affected areas. The staff who are sick, the symptoms are returned to work for 48 weeks Not to go. "
Norovirus is a common virus that passes from person to person and diarrhea and vomiting in the community and hospitals.
Most of the infection and circulation occurs during the winter months.
This virus, which affects people of all ages, is easily spread in areas where a large number of people are in hospitals, for many days or more.
The symptoms of nervory infection will show up to 12 to 48 hours after infection and will last for 12 to 60 hours.
It often starts from a sudden start of nausea, vomiting, watered diarrhea and abdominal abnormalities.
Some people may also have high temperatures, headaches and itching organs.
Most people complete recovery in one to two days, however, some, usually young and old, can be very dehydrated and require hospital treatment.