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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention sent a representative to assist county officials, who in January first identified the cause of the illness as a norovirus or Norwalk-like virus.
A Norwalk-like virus outbreak on the Appalachian Trail.
Three Norwalk-like virus outbreaks were reported at Oregon nursing homes in 2001 and 12 in 2002.
Other small dusters of Norwalk-like virus have been reported in New York, Minnesota, and the West Coast.
Norovirus - or Norwalk-like virus, is the most common cause of infectious gastroenteritis in England and Wales.
A Norwalk-like virus has been big in Beantown this winter.
Most people who contracted the Norwalk or Norwalk-like virus recovered before the end of the voyage, officials said.
Evidence for airborne transmission of Norwalk-like virus (NLV) in a hotel restraurant.
Sixty-three patients and 38 staff have fallen ill from the Norwalk-like virus at Whipps Cross Hospital in East London.
The bug is commonly known as the small round structured virus in Britain, but its more official title is the Norwalk-like virus, after the town in Ohio in the United States, where it was first identified.
Sometimes it is called the Norwalk-like virus after the man who first identified it.
Norwalk-like virus then made its way into 11 Duke players and staff who had not eaten the sandwiches, and 11 Florida State players.