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Seven symptoms of Norovirus to watch out for

Seven symptoms of Norovirus to watch out for

27 Mar 2023
Rajive Patel Medical Reviewer
Rajive Patel B.Pharm
Medical Writer

With cases of norovirus unusually high for this time of the year, the UK Health Security Agency has issued a warning in order to minimise the chances of catching the bug.

What is norovirus?

Norovirus is a vomiting bug that often peaks during winter and can be very unpleasant for those who contract the illness. In most cases, the bug will only last for around two days, with symptoms including vomiting and diarrhoea.

To read the full press release, check out Gloucestershire Live


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