It’s been another day of sickness for some 100 students at Legacy High School in Broomfield. This is the third day that dozens of students have called in sick, complaining of a stomach virus.
Legacy High School officials believe norovirus made more than 100 students sick this week but classes are still in session.
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Colorado health officials are reporting nearly twice as many outbreaks of a gastrointestinal illness as normal for this time of year.
Denver Public Health has been investigating after several illnesses have been reported with symptoms similar to norovirus.
A Jefferson County school is getting back to normal after a suspected case of norovirus kept a lot of students home sick.
An elementary school is taking steps to protect students after more than a quarter of them got sick.