The symptoms started on March 1 and escalated over the weekend.
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We haven't had an outbreak like this in years. Normally, we might have four or five cases. But once 5 percent of the clients have it, we've got to take measures to stop the outbreak.
Otherwise, everyone was wearing masks, gowns, gloves, and all of the usual precautions.