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400 cadets at the Air Force Academy have had symptoms of Norovirus since October

400 cadets at the Air Force Academy have had symptoms of Norovirus since October

The United States Air Force Academy has not declared an outbreak at this time, but Chief of Media Relations for the Academy is reporting 400 cadets have had symptoms consistent with Norovirus.

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400 cadets at the Air Force Academy have had symptoms of Norovirus since October

400 cadets at the Air Force Academy have had symptoms of Norovirus since October

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