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October 27, 2010: Potential Norovirus at Michigan Sorority House

It is speculated that the norovirus may have caused at least 37 people to become ill on October 23, 2010. 

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This all happened  at the Delta Delta Delta sorority in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

 

University spokesperson Rick Fitzgerald reported that three people were taken to the hospital on Saturday night.  He said that at first it appeared to be a severe case of food poisoning.

 

Currently the Washtenaw County Public Health Department is looking into the matter and should have results within a week. 

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