Norovirus Temporarily Shuts Down Michigan CollegeJanuary 18, 2018
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Officials at Davenport University in Grand Rapids, MI, closed the school’s W.A. Lettinga Main Campus through January 21 due to an outbreak of norovirus.
School administrators enacted the four-day shutdown after more than 100 students and faculty were sickened with the gastrointestinal virus in the past week. The school is working with the Kent County Health Department to thoroughly clean and sanitize the facility, MLive.com reports.