Bucks County High School Closed Due to Norovirus

The Villa Joseph Marie High School, in the suburb of Holland, says it plans on reopening Monday

Friday, Feb 8, 2013  |  Updated 6:56 AM EDT
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Bucks County High School Closed Due to Norovirus

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A private, all-girls Catholic high school in Bucks County is closed Friday because of a high number of students and staff dealing with norovirus.

The Villa Joseph Marie High School, in Holland. Pa., says it plans on reopening Monday.

Noroviruses affect the stomach and intestines and are typically spread through water and fluids. But they can sometimes pass from person to person.
 

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