E.coli O157 & Haemolytic Uraemic Syndrome

Playdays nursery reopens and 20 children all clear to return

30th August 2011

Two more people have been diagnosed with E. coli O157 at a hospital day nursery in Middlesbrough - bringing the total number of cases to six.

A toddler who attended the James Cook University Hospital nursery is being treated in hospital and a member of staff also has the bug, but is not showing any symptoms. Twenty children have tested negative and have been given the all clear to return to Playdays nursery when it reopens today.

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