LUKE KIRKEBY / STUFF
Tokoroa Hospital's hospital investment is hospitalized, but the rest of the hospital is operating.
Tokoroa Hospital, while trying to keep a virus, the hospital does not go to the hospital.
On Saturday, a norovirus outbreak began in the hospital ward and three confirmed diagnoses were made.
Symptoms of the highly contagious insect include vomiting and diarrhea, stomach cramps, headache and chills according to the Ministry of Health brochure.
The Waikato County Health Board said in a statement Thursday evening that Tokoroa was hospitalized.
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An existing patient had symptoms.
The rest of the hospital was open and services like motherhood, ED and clinics were working.
The hospital continued with infection control measures.