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Vomiting bug closes three wards at Ulster Hospital

Ulster Hospital, Dundonald
The hospital has asked visitors to wash their hands before and after visits

Three wards at the Ulster Hospital in Dundonald have been closed after an outbreak of a vomiting and diarrhoea bug amongst patients.

The South Eastern Health Trust has said it has put extra cleaning measures in place.

It has asked visitors to make sure they wash their hands before and after visiting.

People have also been advised to avoid bringing young children to the hospital.



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