Poorly Cleaned Public Cruise Ship Restrooms May Predict Norovirus Outbreaks.
A team of researchers from Boston University School (BUSM), Carney Hospital, Cambridge Health Alliance and Tufts University School of Medicine, have found that widespread poor compliance with regular cleaning of public restrooms on cruise ships may predict subsequent norovirus infection outbreaks (NoVOs). This study, which appears in the November 1st issue of Clinical Infectious Diseases, is the first study of environmental hygiene on cruise ships. Clinical Infectious Diseases 2009;49:1312-7.
Publication Type: Journal article
Publisher: Boston University