Fukushima workers attacked by norovirus outbreak

Fukushima workers attacked by norovirus outbreak

52 workers belonging to Tepco’s subcontract companies had and vomiting.

They found norovirus from 3 of them.

According to Tepco, 12/15 AM, sub-contract workers had diarrhea and vomiting on the bus from their hotel to Fukushima plants.
Still one of them is in the hospital. They stayed in different . Tepco suspects it’s from norovirus.
All of them were involved in the construction of the tank for .

Read full article at the Fukushima Diary

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