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How long does it take for the norovirus to start to recess?
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Dr. Jay Park
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In brief: Varies
The clinical course is often variable.
Diarrhea and vomiting can last from 12 hours to 7 days.

In brief: Varies
The clinical course is often variable.
Diarrhea and vomiting can last from 12 hours to 7 days.
Dr. Jay Park
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In brief: NoroV Contagion
Whereas the symptoms usually begin 12 to 48 hours after ingesting the virus, there is no evidence that sick persons can become long-term carriers of the virus, but the virus can be in the stool and vomit of infected persons, from the day they start to feel ill to as long as 2 weeks after they feel better." http://www.
Health.State.Mn.Us/divs/idepc/diseases/norovirus/basics.Html#duration.

In brief: NoroV Contagion
Whereas the symptoms usually begin 12 to 48 hours after ingesting the virus, there is no evidence that sick persons can become long-term carriers of the virus, but the virus can be in the stool and vomit of infected persons, from the day they start to feel ill to as long as 2 weeks after they feel better." http://www.
Health.State.Mn.Us/divs/idepc/diseases/norovirus/basics.Html#duration.
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