Camp Ockanickon was shut down after 55 to 60 people came down with symptoms of norovirus.    Full Story from NBC 10

PIPERSVILLE, Pa. — A Boy Scout camp in Pipersville sent all its campers home early Thursday after a possible norovirus outbreak, officials said. The camp was shut down for disinfection and will not receive new campers until Sunday, at the earliest.

Several campers were stricken last week. For that reason, the camp performed a major sanitizing, but it came back, hitting harder this time. Therefore, the camp decided not to take any chances and sent all 500 campers home.