The Norovirus is making its way around mid-Michigan.  Its symptoms are nausea, stomach cramps and sometimes a low grade fever just to name a few.

According to the medical director of the Ingham County Health Department, most of the outbreaks in Ingham County have been in nursing homes.

Which doctors say is one of the most common places for an outbreak.  Same thing goes for schools.  They say if just one person gets it, watch out.

It's highly contagious so it can be very challenging to prevent.  To keep yourself from getting sick make sure to wash your hands.

If you do get the Norovirus, drink fluids, rest, take Ibuprofen or whatever for pain muscle aches, including cramping or the fever.  Here's more from WILX-TV 10.