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Missouri S&T student health services reports that several students have gastroenteritis, or the stomach bug. It is caused by a virus, and is highly contagious.
Symptoms typically last 48 hours. The most common symptoms are vomiting and diarrhea. Others include headache, fever, abdominal cramping, loss of appetite, feeling tired and weak, nausea, chills, and aching muscles. For more information, visit http://studenthealth.mst.edu/gastroenteritiscare/ .
Whenever possible, Missouri S&T will continue normal business operations during inclement weather. Classes will also be held as scheduled. Individuals should use good judgment and avoid serious risks in traveling to campus or in attending classes.
Missouri S&T faculty, staff and students are advised to sign up or update their contact information at alert.mst.edu/emergencyalertsystem/. In the event of severe weather, emergencies or campus closures, Missouri S&T will notify the campus community through the mass notification system.
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