Sligo General Hospital Gets Vomiting Bug Scare
It has been recently revealed in a report that there have been new restrictions laid about the vomiting bug in the Sligo General hospital. It was revealed by the Heath Service Executive that there were chances of more people falling prey to the vomiting bug if there wasn't attention aid to this direction soon enough.
This is why there were guidelines issued about how there can be prevention and cure for the same. There is need for people to make sure that their hands are properly cleaned at all times. There is need for getting the symptoms of the same checked so that things don't go out of hand and out of control.
"We are confident that our staff are doing all the right things to contain the spread of the virus as we have clear processes for all staff to follow in these circumstances, and this includes being strict about visiting", said a spokesperson from the York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
It remains to be seen how the disease can be prevented in the future and how people shall have to take the necessary precautions for the same.
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