Norovirus is suspected of making a dozen people at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor sick. Tests to confirm that suspicion are underway.
According to the Ann Arbor News, a new business school cafeteria was cleaned and sanitized after seven food service workers and eight people who ate there reported becoming sick.
The cafeteria is in a new $145 million building at the Ross School of Business on the UM campus.
Nearby public restrooms and public spaces were also cleaned and sanitized before the new cafeteria was re-opened Tuesday.
Michigan has been hard-hit by norovirus this year. Go here for our last report.
Nearby public bathrooms and public spaces also were cleaned and sanitized.