More than a dozen report getting sick at University of Michigan cafeteria

Jan. 15, 2009
Cafeteria in new business school facility is disinfected and reopened
A cafeteria in a new building on theUniversity of Michigan campus in Ann Arbor had to be disinfected after more than a dozen people became ill this week. The cafeteria in the $145 million building at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business reopened after being thoroughly cleaned and sanitized, the university says. A norovirus is suspected. seven cafeteria workers and eight people - faculty or students - who ate at the cafeteria have reported becoming ill. To read The Ann Arbor News article, click here.

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