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CDC says Norovirus has sickened nearly 100 people on Maine beach



CDC says Norovirus on Maine beach has sickened nearly 100 people


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WEBVTT MYSTERY ILLNESS. TYLER CADORETTE HAS THE LATEST OF SPAWN. Tyler: It's a site you'll seldom see in Maine. BLUE SKY, HOT TEMPERATURES AND A COMPLETELY EMPTY BEACH. DOZENS OF PEOPLE HAVE BECOME THE LAST WEEK AFTER SWIMMING HERE AND OFFICIAL TRY TO COMPLY WHEN SOMETHING IS IN THE WATER. >> We were Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. Tyler: You have a lot of your week on the beach. THREE OF HER FOUR CHILDREN AND HER HUSBAND WERE EARTH ILL. >> Really SCARY, I'm very scared when it comes to illness. It is not for me anymore. Tyler: Not just her family, scores of people have reported the same symptoms. Severe stomach pain, vomiting and dehydration. >> TEST THE TESTS AND WE WILL RECEIVE THE TEST TILL LATER TODAY. TYLER: THE BEACH IS NEAR SWIMMING. REC DEPARTMENT Some lessons have been moved across the city. I think the city reacted very responsive. TYLER: HEALTH OFFICIAL HOPE THE WATER SAMPLES OFFER A CLEAR PICTURE. MANY WONDER WHY IT WAS SO LONG FROM A FIRST PLACE. >> I wish they had said, let's go, and done it right. TYLER: You feel better today, but you will not be back soon. In fact, this is a new book that is going up in their backyard. >> It would not convince me. Maybe another LAKER SOMETHING, BUT I DO NOT KNOW IT. TYLER: WHILE THE EXAMINATION HAS BEEN TAKEN AND THE CONSEQUENCES HAVE BEEN WITHDRAWN FROM THE DISEASE, THE SIGNS ARE LISTED AND WILL BE REACHED UP TO THE TOP

CDC says Norovirus on Maine beach has sickened nearly 100 people

Maine scientists say that the highly contagious norovirus has coldnosed or touched nearly 100 people in Woods Pond Beach.

The Portland Press Herald reports that the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday that there were 97 people associated with the outbreak.

These individuals reported symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, fever and convulsions for a few days.

The city of Bridgton closed the beach from 6 July to 10 July. [19659012] The city plans to remove bathtubs from the beach after concerns about E. coli levels persisted.

Bridgton Township Director Bob Peabody said that those who are ill should not go to the beach.

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