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SBD Global/July 18, 2014/Events and Attractions
English Athletes Briefed On How To React If Booed During Commonwealth Games
Published July 18, 2014
NOROVIRUS STRIKES 20 MORE: The PA reported a "further 20 workers" at the athletes' village have been "struck down with norovirus, taking the total number of reported cases to 32." Their symptoms are "described as mild but they have have been sent home until they have recovered." NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde said that no athletes or team officials "staying on the site in the east end of Glasgow had been affected." The village is said to be "operating as normal but infection control measures have been put in place and Health Protection Scotland is working with the health board and Games organisers to minimise risk" (PA, 7/17).