More than 140 camp firefighters in four shelters suffered from nephrotic symptoms following an outbreak, while 41 were experiencing symptoms, according to the Public Health Department of Butha Province.
Twenty-one people live in the Church of the Viceroy in Nicosia; 31 in Oroville Church of the Annunciation; Nine in the Utah County counties, and one in East Avenue Church in Cicco suffered symptoms on Thursday, according to an announcement in the news release of the Public Health Department of Blota County.
About 179 people live in the Neighborhood Church; 352 are in the Church of Orwell; 142 are in Butte County Fairgrounds in Gridley, and 200 are at East Avenue Church in Yoko, the edition said.
In a church in Nazareth, some people remain inside and some remain in their cars on church property, said Lisa Almaguer, spokeswoman for the Health Department.
Norovirus is a highly contagious virus that can cause diarrhea, vomiting and other stomach problems, fever and body aches.
Shelter workers separate sick people from healthy people, giving them a separate bathroom to use, and constantly weary, said Almagar.
The outbreak has spread since Wednesday, when the Health Department said evacuees in both shelters were experiencing symptoms.
"The number of patients is increasing every day," the press release said. "Twenty-five people came to the hospital for medical help, and the staff serving the shelters is also sick."
The Enelo Medical Center in Nicosia has seen several "neoviruses" that were "very ill," said Susie Benson, director of pollution prevention and control at the hospital.
Hospital patients are hospitalized with fluids for dehydration, Benson said. The county's medical teams are in shelters assessing the patients to determine if they have a virus or virus-like symptoms were shot, Benson said.