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USC Virus Outbreak Now at 275

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The LA Times have updated their article that said 200 students were infected by a one to two-day stomach virus that causes nausea, stomach cramping, diarrhea and vomiting. The number is now 275, but officials tell the Times they think it has peaked and numbers will go down but KNBC reported on TV yesterday evening that the numbers are expected to grow.