Norovirus

Posted on: 11th Aug 2019 by: Eagle Tours Cambridge

The modern dining area at Alvaston Hall

Norovirus is the most common cause of infectious gastroenteritis (diarrhoea and vomiting) in England and Wales. The illness is generally mild and people usually recover fully within 2-3 days, there are no long term effects that result from being infected. Outbreaks are most common in semi-closed environments such as hospitals, schools, cruise ships and potentially - hotels.

Norovirus is highly infectious. Particular attention to good hygiene measures should be observed during, and to prevent, outbreaks. It is very important to wash hands with soap and water after contact with someone who is ill and after using the toilet: especially if you are suffering from symptoms.

Warner Leisure Hotels, in particular, have anti bacterial hand lotions available throughout their hotels to help prevent any such outbreak spoiling your holiday. 

To further extend this initiative anti bacterial hand wash will be available on all our tours. This will be freely available for use where on board toilet facilities are provided: or upon boarding or disembarking the coach.

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