'Give me the calcium!' Tulane virus takes over cellular calcium signaling to replicate
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THE NHS has been forced to close more than a thousand hospital beds in the past week because of norovirus and has now issued urgent advice to stop spread the winter vomiting bug.
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The NHS is calling on the public to heed advice and stay at home if they have norovirus to avoid passing it on, as hospitals in England have been forced to close more than 1,100 hospital beds over the last week.
NOROVIRUS is a nasty bug which circulates during the winter months in the UK, causing debilitating symptoms for days on end. How does norovirus spread, and how long are people contagious from the bug?
Don't go to work or send children to school until 48 hours after symptoms have gone, NHS bosses say.