GERMS: New norovirus cases decreasing

Taylor Burkholder (MSB `09), the Public Relations Director at Georgetown’s EMS service GERMS, said GERMS seems to be seeing fewer new cases of Georgetown norovirus.

“From what I can tell, it’s slowing down,” he said.

Burkholder said that their call volume may go back up this evening when the Student Health Center close. GERMS is still running two full crews per hour (ten people as opposed to the usual four), and that they are still responding to more calls than they normally would during a regular day.

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