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How does a vomiting and diarrhoea virus gets passed on from one person to another?

Answer by kinacl
I’m a nurse. It’s airborne

Answer by he who dares
in the air

Answer by lilgothfaire
The air,it’s airborn, touching something they touched, it’s an infectious virus,easily passed.

Answer by bikerbeeotch
Through the air. Be sure to wash your hands constantly with anit-bacterial soap

Answer by smoothie man
its most likely a parasite so no

Answer by boozer
My god, have you ever heard of germ theory?

Answer by key715
when you share common glass, plates, spoon, forks, toilet…

Answer by amosunknown
Contact with mucus. Breath, sneezes, any bodily fluid.

Even sharing the same toilet.

Answer by Heather
like the nurse said its airborn coughing sneezing ect

Answer by Chic
vomiting and diarrhea virus are usually not viruses at all….they from are fecal bacteria or parasites….so ah figure that one out!

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2011-02-27 16:12:22

Any surface can harbor virus’ that can be passed from person to person. Try spraying surfaces with Lysol.

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2011-02-27 17:11:10

If your talking about the flu, then it is passed most commonly through hand contact, but also through coughing. That’s why there is all this talk of hand washing and covering your mouth when you cough with a kleenex or something to catch the viruses from spreading from one person to the next.

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2011-02-27 17:57:39

These are symptoms of something. You dont pass on symptoms, you pass on virus’ or illness’. Its not the vomit and diarrhoea that is being passed on.

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big mommasweeta
2011-02-27 18:41:15

mostly through contact and breathing in the virus. Winter is a most contagious time because we are all stuck inside buildings with each other and the air is constantly recycles in which you are breathing in peoples sneezes and coughs like crazy. always wash your hands, and take extra precaution and take vitamins. Drink green tea. The stronger your immune system, the lesser the cold.

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2011-02-27 19:31:37

It’s very complicated, and we’re not certain. Most people believe it’s either sneezing/coughing small water droplets into the air that are then inhaled, or by touching a contaminated surface.

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2011-02-27 19:54:35

its called the ‘fecal/oral transmission. poor bathroom hygeine leads to fecal matter, which is a vehicle for bacteria & viruses, to be transferred to someone or something that someone will unwittingly touch & infect himself. so many people dont wash their hands after using the toilet & i dont know why, it only takes a few minutes to wash your hands & prevent a lot of sickness from being spread around

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maryum a
2011-02-27 20:46:48

AIRBORNE…get som nerves
diarrhea n vomiting r realted to ur GIT…its most common transmission is through bad hygienic conditions…oro-fecal contamination,,,using dirty utensils…unclean water frm any source…dirty veggies n meat…etc,,,its not necessary diarrhea n vomiting mayb due to one cause they might b having various causes…

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steve p
2011-02-27 21:29:42

An individual can become infected with an airborne virus.

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2011-02-27 22:12:11

thro air…
contaminated food, uncleaned hands….

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2011-02-27 22:48:03

germs are everywhere. you have to wash your hands all the time!

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2011-02-27 23:36:53

Viral gastroenteritis is highly contagious.
The viruses are often transmitted on unwashed hands.
People can get the viruses through close contact with infected individuals, such as sharing their food, drink, or eating utensils, or by eating food or drinking beverages that are contaminated with the virus.
People who no longer have symptoms may still be contagious, since the virus can be found in the stool for up to 2 weeks after they recover from their illness. Also, people can become infected without having symptoms, and they can still spread the infection.

Outbreaks of viral gastroenteritis can occur in child care settings, schools, nursing homes, cruise ships, camps, dormitories, restaurants, and other places where people gather in groups. If you suspect that you were exposed to a virus in one of these settings, you may want to contact your local health department, which tracks outbreaks.


Prevention is the only way to avoid viral gastroenteritis. There is no vaccine available. You can avoid it by

* washing your hands thoroughly after using the bathroom or changing diapers
* washing your hands thoroughly before eating
* disinfecting contaminated surfaces
* not eating or drinking foods or liquids that might be contaminated

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