"Rumors of like 160 people not in school today -- and in one of my classes we had a test and 10 people weren't there," junior Karan Jin said.
"She just felt very nauseous, this was at 6 last night, and by the time she got home she got very sick and was sick all night long," parent Bill
One woman's daughter was one of the many students and faculty the bug has hit. The Health Department says it's the pesky norovirus, which causes
nausea vomiting and diarrhea. It cannot be treated with antibiotics, so those made ill are advised to drink fluids, rest up and avoid contact with
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This is a very gross airborne bug that causes severe nausea and may be linked to the respiratory infections in Amityville. Health officials are
claiming that the virus doesn't result in Hospitalization but there is no cure.
Edmund W. Miles school officials are stating that the cause of this virus is unknown so will these families be quarantined?
I'm floating this thread to the surface so you guys and gals can pick up a link between the other so called mystery FLUs going on in the southwestern
U.S and Mexico. The kids in Amityville reported lung problems also.
NOTE: I can't remember where I heard this news but it talked about how mild the U.S flu season turned out to be this year.
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