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Norovirus strikes Flagstaff school
The Coconino County Public Health department is dealing with an outbreak of norovirus at a Flagstaff school. The illness caused has sickened multiple people at Flagstaff's Mountain School. Up to 70 people out of the small charter school's combined 235 student and staff population were sick last week. The health department is conducting an online survey for the school's families to learn more about the outbreak. Norovirus can cause stomach pains, fever, and other unpleasant symptoms.
Read the letter sent to parents.