Health officials of Lucas County are expecting a number of new cases of norovirus associated with the Baker’s Maumee to slow down, but keep closing their eyes at the outbreaks of 266 patients in Lucas County on Thursday night.
Health Officers Toledo-Lucas County began investigating this week after many people develop digestive system disease. Everyone had similar symptoms and ate food from Mom’s Donuts C between Friday and Tuesday, officials from the health department said.
“The problem comes back if the product is no longer sold and consumed. We hope this will probably be Tuesday, “said Health Commissioner Eric Zgodzinski at a news conference on Thursday.”I do not think we will see more cases, but if we do, then we have to do what’s going on right now.”
Symptoms of norovirus include vomiting, diarrhoea, abdominal pain, fever and pain in the body
Then, care moves in the middle cases where the virus is concentrated in which they do not eat food. Mr. Zgodzinski said he knows the identified secondary cases, but the health department continues to monitor the situation.
The restaurant dealed with a professional cleaning company to be used for disinfection for norovirus, Zgodzinski said. Cleaning should be completed for a while. The restaurant is closed from Tuesday.
“They did what they were supposed to do. They worked with us, “said Mom
Health Department officials come to further explore the restaurant on Thursday.
The Ohio Department of Health provides the Department of Health Toledo-Lucas County support, as required, said a local healthcare spokesman, said Cassie, including sample analyzes submitted.
Last year in Ohija
There were 76 epidemics of norovirus, which looked after at least 318 people in the state health department.
Health Services in Ohio are not demanded to report individual cases of norovirus to public health authorities but are required to report outbreaks of two or more cases.
“Wash your hands, wash your hands, wash your hands,” he said. “After leaving the bathroom before you go to food before you are ready … and stay healthy.”