Norovirus is a relatively new term in the restaurant lexicon, but it is increasingly becoming a worrisome one. When the word comes up in conversation these days, it often conjures up unsettling images of empty dining rooms, alarming headlines and attorneys on ’round-the-clock retainers.A tenacious viral infection also known as the cruise ship or Norwalk virus, the norovirus has, until lately, taken the backseat in this business to other food-borne illnesses like E.coli, salmonella and ...
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