RCIs Oasis of the Seas had a norovirus outbreak

RCIs Oasis of the Seas had a norovirus outbreak

Wonder which magical cleanup this company used to get its ship so quickly sanitized, personally i hope all new passangers are lucky and keep themselves to the handwashing tips on this website.

Dozens of people aboard Royal Caribbean International’s Oasis of the Seas had a gastrointestinal , but the ship was sanitized and has since set sail on another , the company said.

The ship completed the on Saturday at . During the trip, 54 guests and 10 crew members fell ill with what was thought to be Norovirus, the company said in an email statement. The people were treated with over-the-counter medication aboard the ship.

The crew sanitized the ship in the port to avoid spreading the illness, and the vessel left port again on Saturday and is on a seven-day cruise through the western Caribbean.

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About Norovirus

    Noroviruses are highly contagious and are transmitted via the faeces and vomit of infected people, either through direct contact or throught contaminated objects or via food and water. The incubation period is one to three days.



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Influenzanet is a system to monitor the activity of influenza-like-illness.

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