According to the CDC, cases of Norovirus are most common from November through April. This explains why Norovirus is also known as the ‘winter vomiting bug’. Norovirus symptoms include sudden vomiting and diarrhea for about 2-3 days. Norovirus is very contagious and spreads easily by contacting contaminated hard surfaces and food.
Norovirus outbreaks are common in schools, restaurants and long-term care facilities. Best practices, including keeping a fully-stocked norovirus clean up kit on hand can reduce your risk.
Preparation is the key to avoiding outbreaks. Download our quick guide on keeping Norovirus from spreading.
Quick guide on keeping Norovirus from spreading.