There's a norovirus outbreak at the Republican Convention

Around 11 Californian Republican Party staff members who arrived in Cleveland early to help organize this week's National Convention have fallen ill with what appears to be norovirus infections. Plenty of liquids-water, sports drinks, and beverages with no alcohol and caffeine-must be consumed to replace lost fluids because of vomiting and diarrhea.

Isolated, the staffers are no threat to other guests, Schade said.

Public health officials are investigating a possible norovirus breakout at a resort in northern OH that could have afflicted several attendees of the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

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"To the best of our knowledge the only ones affected are our delegation staff members", Brulte said.

On Thursday, the infected individuals started showing symptoms. It's been more than 36 hours since the last new case popped up, so officials think the illness is contained and won't cause a larger outbreak at the convention. "We'll continue to monitor the situation and ensure the delegation and staff have everything they need". No staffers from the Kentucky delegation have reported experiencing any symptoms of norovirus at this time.

"Not all of them have even eaten the same foods so we're quite certain it came from contact from the plane", said Peter Schade, the Erie County Health Commissioner.

They have also been told to stay off delegation buses to the convention site if they have any symptoms of norovirus, the Post reported.

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"You'll know if you have it", Cynthia Bryant, executive director of the state GOP, said, according to an email cited by the Sacramento Bee. "That's our operational agenda for this evening".

An estimated 2,470 delegates are expected to attend the RNC this week, with about 50,000 people visiting Cleveland during event. They have also added hand sanitizer stations to kill germs that may be on hands.

"Certainly people should be washing their hands and be very careful because it is very contagious", said Dr. Amy Edwards, an infectious disease specialist at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital.

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