Two weeks ago, 13 students at a veterinary college in Pookode near Vythiri in Wayanad district were infected with the unusual Norovirus.
Despite the fact that the situation has been brought under control and no further spread has been detected, health officials stated they are establishing a data bank of veterinary science college students as well as hosting an awareness workshop as part of preventive measures.
The illness was originally discovered in students living in hostels off campus, according to veterinary college officials.
The health authorities collected samples quickly and transferred them to NIV in Alappuzha for examination.
Veena George, the state health minister, presided over a meeting of health authorities here to assess the situation in Wayanad. According to a press release from the health department, the minister urged staff to step up efforts to stop the virus from spreading.
Drinking water sources must be clean, and the sickness can be healed fast with adequate prevention and treatment.
Everyone should be aware of the sickness and how to prevent it, he stated.
However, there is now no cause for fear, but everyone should be watchful, according to the report.
Officials indicated that preventative measures, such as extreme chlorination, are being taken.