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Gastrointestinal (GI) virus

Dr. Sheila Clasbey is seeing a form of a GI virus.

There is no nausea or vomiting, but fevers in most cases and diarrhea with abdominal cramping for a few days.

Wash hands thoroughly and clean all surfaces after anyone with symptoms.

Make sure you stay hydrated and avoid contact with others while symptomatic. Seek treatment if vomiting or you have severe abdominal pain.

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