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Gastro cases spike in NSW child care – Bunbury Mail

A spike in contagious gastroenteritis cases at childcare centres across NSW has prompted authorities to issue a plea for parents to keep sick children home. N……

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A spike in contagious gastroenteritis cases at childcare centres across NSW has prompted authorities to issue a plea for parents to keep sick children home.
Nearly 60 childcare centres reported gastro outbreaks in October, a figure which NSW Health says is significantly higher than usual.
The number of outbreaks also remained high throughout November, leaving more than 480 children and 120 staff sick.
NSW Health’s Richard Broome said the highly infectious bug, which can cause vomiting, diarrhoea,…

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