Schools in Grand Junction, CO re-opened this week after a suspected outbreak of norovirus in late November. Thousands of students from 46 schools in the Mesa County Valley School District had been home since Nov 21st. Although there are multiple strains of norovirus, health officials say the most common symptoms are diarrhea, vomiting and stomach cramps. Plus, our partners at UPR have a reflection on the merits of outdoor education. Tune in.
CDC Info on Norovirus: