Hand hygiene crucial in preventing spread of infection: doctor | Norovirus in Canada

Dr. Alan Grill says that hand hygiene is a key in preventing spread of Norovirus, which may cause severe nausea and diarrhea.

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    1. I only do when after using the bathroom, before/after food preparation or after dirty work. I haven’t used hand sanitizer for over a year but I worked with the public through lockdowns.

  1. The nor0virus was originally named the “Norwalk agent” after Norwalk, Ohio, in the United States, where an outbreak of acute gastroenteritis occurred among children at Bronson Elementary School in November 1968 (an outbreak was discovered in 1936 in Roskilde, Denmark, where it is commonly known as “Roskilde illness”). Nearly 100 years since it’s discovery and it’s been managed well.

  2. Thank you for stating the painfully obvious….this just in: walking in front of a moving car may cause injury or death.

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