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Norovirus Outbreak at Commonwealth Games Athletes' Village Being Sorted

by Bidita Debnath on July 21, 2014 at 11:14 PM
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 Norovirus Outbreak at Commonwealth Games Athletes' Village Being Sorted

There has been a suspected norovirus outbreak at the athletes' village with the Glasgow Commonwealth Games just round the corner, and is reportedly being sorted.

Since reports first emerged on Wednesday, the contagious diarrhea and vomiting bug has spread to 53 workers.

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However, Commonwealth Games CEO David Grevemberg said that the situation was not a problem and is being dealt with, The BBC reported.

Grevemberg said that the health and safety is top priority, adding that they are in control of the situation and it is all being sorted, things are looking great.

The opening ceremony for the 2014 Games will take place on Wednesday, with the action getting under way on Thursday.

Source: ANI
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