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Strawberry Hill Shop. Ctr.
420 – 440 Westport Avenue,
Postal Code : 06851
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9:00 am – 9:00 pm
10:00 am – 7:00 pm
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Awash in red ink, Staples casualties include West Norwalk
With its announcement last week to close 70 stores this year, Staples has already followed through on the closure of one of its three locations in Norwalk, at 51 Richards Ave. along Connecticut Avenue in West Norwalk.
Handwritten signs at the entrance now refer customers to the Staples location on Westport Avenue, with another store at the Walmart plaza on Main Avenue in Norwalk also remaining open. Staples had previously served notice of plans to close the Richards Avenue location, which it had occupied since 1997, the site previously home to the Burndy Library of scientific and engineering tomes.
Earlier this week, Massachusetts-based Staples indicated the company has 250 leases reaching expiration over the next three years, with decisions to maintain stores dependent on profitability even as the company tinkers with its product and services mix to improve, to include ending in-store U.S. Postal Service desks. Staples reported a $1.5 billion net loss in 2016, including $952 million in the fourth quarter.
“We have a very clear strategy for our retail business that our team is executing on very, very well . .. to preserve profitability,” said Staples CEO Shira Goodman, in an early March conference call with investors. “We obviously walk away from unprofitable sales, and that is reflected in the (sales comparisons) that we reported.”
As of the close of January, Staples listed 33 stores in Connecticut and two distribution centers, numbers that have stayed steady since 2014 when it cut six locations from its Connecticut store count. After closing about 50 U.S. stores last year, Staples had 1,255 stores nationally as of late January.
The new Staples closure in Norwalk comes even as Dick’s Sporting Goods readies for “preview” and grand openings of its new store in Norwalk, at the site of the former Sports Authority a short distance east at 444 Connecticut Ave.
Dick’s Sporting Goods has scheduled the doors to open at 9 a.m. on Wednesday; a company spokesman did not respond immediately Monday to a Hearst Connecticut Media query on whether the opening time could change as a result of blizzard conditions expected to result in significant snow accumulations Tuesday. A ceremonial ribbon cutting slated for Tuesday afternoon has been pushed back to Wednesday, according to Brian Griffin, vice president of the Greater Norwalk Chamber of Commerce.
Dick’s Sporting Goods has set 8 a.m. Friday for the start of its grand opening weekend in Norwalk with doors staying open until 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday. The company is offering door prizes throughout the weekend, and has scheduled a Saturday appearance by New York Giants running back Paul Perkins from 2 to 4 p.m. Dick’s has posted details online at Stores.dickssportinggoods.com/ct/norwalk/1402.
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15 Staples Ct, Norwalk, CT 06855 – MLS 170400695
Full Property Details for 15 Staples Ct
- Sold For: $700,000
- Taxes: $6,941 (July 2020-June 2021)
- Status: Closed
- Type: Single Family
- MLS ID: 170400695
- Added: 137 day(s) ago
- Number of Rooms: 10
- Appliances: Gas Range, Microwave, Refrigerator, Icemaker, Instant Hot Water Tap, Washer, Electric Dryer, Dryer
- Total Bathrooms: 3
- Full Bathrooms: 3
- Total Bedrooms: 5
- Bedroom 1: Bedroom, 10. 00 x 12.00, Main
- Bedroom 2: Bedroom, 10.40 x 12.00, Main
- Living Room: Living Room – Bay/Bow Window, Hardwood Floor, 14.10 x 17.90, Main
- Kitchen: Kitchen – Granite Counters, Laminate Floor, Pantry, 11.10 x 13.10, Main
- Dining Room: Dining Room, 9.90 x 9.11, Main
- Exterior Features: French Doors, Garden Area, Gutters, Patio, Porch, Porch-Enclosed
- Color: Nantucket Blue
- Garage: Yes
- Attached garage: Yes
- Garage Spaces: 1
- Parking: Attached Garage
- Garage Description: Attached Garage
- County: Fairfield
- Neighborhood: East Norwalk
- Driving Directions: GPS Friendly
- Elementary School: Marvin
- Middle School: Nathan Hale
- High School: Norwalk
- Community Name: East Norwalk
Heating & Cooling
- Cooling Type: Central Air
- Heating Type: Hot Air, Zoned, Natural Gas
- Heating Fuel: Natural Gas
- Water Heater: Tankless Hotwater
- Sewer: Public Sewer Connected
- Water: Public Water Connected
- Architectural Style: Cape Cod
- Construction Status: No/Resale
- Exterior Const. : Frame, Vinyl Siding
- Basement Desc.: Unfinished, Heated, Cooled, Concrete Floor, Interior Access
- Roof: Asphalt Shingle
- Attic: Yes
- Square Feet: 2,118
- Year Built: 1937
- Lot Size (Acres): 0.24
- Driveway/Sidewalk: Private, Asphalt
- Zoning: B
- Lot Description: On Cul-De-Sac, Open Lot, Fence – Partial
- Water Front Desc.: Water Community
- Assessment Amount: $289,740
- Tax Amount: $6,941
- Tax Year: July 2020-June 2021
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Listed by Compass Connecticut, LLC, Omar Cruz and Compass Connecticut, LLC, Michael Ferraro
Sold by RE/MAX Heritage, Lisa Nuzzo
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Enjoy the many updates throughout this well-maintained & expansive property located in the heart of East Norwalk! Current owners have made steady updates both for interior & exterior, including on Navien demand gas, water heater, and AC unit (Aug. 2019). This classic New England Cape boasts vinyl siding in Nantucket blue (2011/2013), Anderson windows (2011/2013), leaf guard gutters (2016) & an abundance of well-maintained flora. The front offers a warm & welcoming sun room, perfect for reading/ relaxing. Walk in to see a large LR complete with bay windows & shining HW floors that flow throughout. Kitchen shines with SS appliances, cherry wood cabinets, decorative backsplash (2015), and direct access to the dining room. 2 Bedrooms on the first floor, currently used as an office & gym, showcase custom built-ins (2017), each w/ closet space & access to a shared Jack\Jill full bath (2017). Back patio is the perfect place to kick back & relax this summer w/ space for a grill, playset, outdoor games, and more! Upstairs, the MBR boasts a walk-in closet/dressing room w/ access to a private master bath w/ stall shower, dual vanities, & travertine walls/floor (2013). Two additional bedrooms on the second floor w/ shared Jack/Jill bath (2011). Access to the washer/dryer (2017) is located on the upper floor. This property has direct access to local beaches, restaurants, grocery stores, Shorehaven Golf Club, trains, 1-95 and much more- come see why this property is perfect for you!
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- New Construction:
- Cape Cod
- Total SqFt:
- Asphalt Shingle
- Exterior Features:
- French Doors, Garden Area, Gutters, Patio, Porch, Porch-Enclosed
- Exterior Siding:
- Vinyl Siding
- Room Count:
- Attic Description:
- Crawl Space
- Basement Description:
- Unfinished, Heated, Cooled, Concrete Floor, Interior Access
- Upper Level
- 0. 2400
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- Lot Description:
- On Cul-De-Sac, Open Lot, Fence – Partial
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- Heat Type:
- Hot Air, Zoned
- Heat Fuel Type:
- Natural Gas
- Cooling System:
- Central Air
- Fuel Tank Location:
- Non Applicable
- Hot Water:
- Tankless Hotwater
- Sewage System:
- Public Sewer Connected
- Water Source:
- Public Water Connected
- Gas Range, Microwave, Refrigerator, Icemaker, Instant Hot Water Tap, Washer, Electric Dryer, Dryer
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- Middle School:
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- Waterfront Description:
- Water Community
- Nearby Amenities:
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- Driveway Type:
- Private, Asphalt
- Attached Garage
Marvin Elementary School
Nathan Hale Middle School
Norwalk High School
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Staples too much for Norwalk
NORWALK — After spending eight days listening to all the hype about its upcoming opponent, the Staples High School football team put the FCIAC back on a historical axis Friday night.
Led by another tremendous defensive effort and a tour-de-force performance by Tyler Jacobs, the Wreckers improved to 2-0 with a convincing 35-6 win at Norwalk.
“There was a lot of talk about Norwalk this week, but we didn’t take it personally,” Staples coach Marce Petroccio said. “We had to come here tonight and take care of business.”
The Wreckers set the tone on the fourth play of the game, when Jacobs returned a punt 53 yards for a quick 7-0 lead. Jacobs, who rushed for 65 yards, also had three interceptions, accounting for half of the Bears’ six turnovers.
“We started slow last week and we wanted to come out with a bang,” said Jacobs, referring to a season-opening win over Trinity Catholic.
The Bears were the talk of the league following their first win over Greenwich in 30 years, 19-7.
But Norwalk struggled offensively against Staples, finishing with just 153 yards of total offense, 54 of which came on the final drive to end the game.
The Bears’ lone score came following Derek Edwards’ 84-yard kickoff return after Staples had taken a 14-0 lead. That gave them the ball at the 5-yard line, but Norwalk still needed four plays to get in the end zone, and the Wreckers contested whether quarterback Anthony Ferraro actually got in on a 1-yard sneak.
“Their defense is never out of where they should be,” Norwalk coach Pete Tucci said. “They are a good team. A very good team.”
The Wreckers’ offense was ragged in spurts, and they turned the ball over three times, but they were much more fluid in the second half.
“The cornerstone of this program is defense, and we are going to need to play great defense until our offense is comfortable” Petroccio said. “Our offense was comfortable in the second half. We challenged them at halftime.”
Chet Pajolek, who threw for three scores and ran for another in his Staples debut, accounted for three touchdowns Friday night. He had a scoring run of 16 yards to stake the Wreckers to a 14-6 halftime lead.
After Norwalk’s last turnover, Pajolek completed a 5-yard pass to Chris Coyne with 6:31 remaining for the game’s final points.
Norwalk was hurt when Alan Nunez, who played a good game on defense, was called for a late hit on the second-half kickoff, giving Staples the ball at the Bears’ 49. After runs of 24 yards by Jon Heil and 23 by Pajolek, the senior quarterback scored from 2 yards out to make the score 21-6.
Norwalk’s first four possessions of the half resulted in three turnovers and a punt.
Jacobs said a game that could have been a trap before next week’s showdown with Ridgefield took on added significance.
“Any time you beat Greenwich it’s a good win,” he said. “We knew we had to come out and play hard. We couldn’t take any plays off.”
Petroccio said his team’s bouts of sloppiness were offset by its opportunistic tendencies.
“We have to eliminate that,” Petroccio said of turnovers. “Somewhere down the road that’s going to kill us. The fact that we could take advantage of them was huge.”
Tucci was pleased with certain aspects of his team’s play.
“Our defense is OK,” he said. “They played hard. You probably won’t believe this but I thought we played a better defensive game tonight than we did last week. ”
NOTES: Jason Mawicke, who had four kickoffs for touchbacks last week, added two more Friday night. He also had five conversions, though his one field goal attempt was blocked. That should earn him greater respect: his name on the back of his jersey and on the team roster was spelled “Mzwicke.”
STAPLES 35, NORWALK 6
STAPLES7 7 7 14—35
NORWALK0 6 0 0—6
S-Tyler Jacobs, 53 punt return (Jason Mawicke kick).
S-Chet Pajolek, 16 run (Mawicke kick).
N-Anthony Ferraro, 1 run (kick blocked).
S-Pajolek, 2 run (Mawicke kick).
S-Jon Heil, 26 run (Mawicke kick).
S-Chris Coyne, 5 pass from Pajolek (Mawicke kick).
Gerig leads Staples past Norwalk for signature win
NORWALK — The last few seasons the Staples girls basketball team has believed they were good enough to compete with any of the top teams in the FCIAC.
However, the Wreckers could not get a signature win over one of the better teams in the league.
Tuesday night in Norwalk, that changed as the Wreckers defeated No. 3 Norwalk 43-35.
It was Norwalk’s first regular-season loss to a FCIAC team at home since Dec. 15, 2016.
It was their first loss in the FCIAC, at all, since February 14, 2018 to Ridgefield, a league-winning streak spanning 20 games.
Staples (8-1) had to rally, trailing by eight midway through the second quarter, it went from down 23-15 to eventually leading 30-24 in the third, a 15-1 run.
Staples held Norwalk to just two points in the second quarter.
The run was sparked by an increased defensive intensity and the ability to move the ball and distribute the scoring.
“When we went to more of a zone-press, it changed the whole game. I called timeout and we went from man to a 2-2-1 press and we went on a run, at that point, ” Staples coach Paco Fabian said. “Norwalk is really fast defensively. The on-the-ball pressure is really good, so, we practiced never dribbling more than two times and just moving the ball fast.”
Arianna Gerig paced Staples with 17 points with Abigail Carter adding 11.
Norwalk (6-2) led 17-12 after one, increasing that lead to eight points before the timeout by Fabian and the run by Staples.
Norwalk trailed by 10 after three quarters and never got closer than seen in the fourth quarter.
“(Staples) got a couple and-1s off sharing the basketball. Everything was going well in the first half, then, after their timeout, we went away from everything we were doing well,” Norwalk coach Evan Kelley said. “I have a couple of seniors out there and they should know how to handle that. We are going to get back to the basics, watch the film, learn from it and get better.”
PLAYER OF THE GAME
Arianna Gerig, Staples. The senior forward ran the court well all night, finding scoring opportunities in transition and in the half-court game. On the boards, she pulled down several key rebounds and blocked a few shots.
“This means so much. Norwalk is a great team and this shows everyone that Staples is here, we are ready and this is our year,” Gerig said. “We thought about how much this meant. Hustle is everything and we worked hard and got it back. We moved the ball really well. That’s one of the main things for our season is team chemistry. We all love each other on and off the court.”
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STAPLES 43, NORWALK 35
STAPLES 12 12 12 7—43
NORWALK 17 7 2 9—35
Arianna Gerig 8 1-2 17; Nicole Holmes 1 0-1 2; Marisa Shorrock 0 1-2 1; Kathleen Cozzi 3 0-0 6; Abigail Carter 5 0-0 11; Alva Nordin 2 2-2 6; Marley Lopez-Paul 0 0-0 0; Sydelle Bernstein 0 0-0 0. Totals: 19 4-7 43
Serenity Mayhew 4 3-4 11; Lamia Ashley 0 1-2 1; Belinda Hunte 2 0-0 4; Jakara Murray-Leach 3 2-3 8; Anaijah Morgan 2 0-1 4; Carsyn Langhorn 3 0-1 7; Grace Potochney 0 0-0 0; Rosalinda Kennerly 0 0-0 0. Totals: 14 6-11 35
3-point field goals: S—Carter. N—Langhorn
Fouled out: None
Staples football wins big over Wilbur Cross at home after two straight losses
WESTPORT — After two straight losses to St. Joseph and Cheshire, Staples returned home and bounced back in a big way.
Staples found the end zone eight times including five total touchdowns from senior Ryan Thompson on its way to a 57-12 victory Friday night.
After scoring 14 points apiece against St. Joseph and Cheshire, the Staples offense scored on each of its first four drives. Three of the drives ended with Thompson finding senior wide receiver Nick Armentano to help the Wreckers run away with the game early.
Armentano’s three touchdown catches in the first half totaled 101 yards, including a pair of 40-plus-yard connections.
“We’ve been playing with each other since seventh grade, so that’s where the chemistry comes from,” Thompson said. “Him having three touchdowns is him being fast and athletic.”
Armentano accounted for three of Thompson’s four touchdowns through the air. Thompson’s final scoring pass went to Tanner Connors with 17 seconds in the half to cap off a flawless half and take a 43-6 lead into halftime.
Even while Staples had the large lead, head coach Adam Behrends wanted to make sure he didn’t see his team get complacent in its execution.
“We talked as a coaching staff and said that if we get in a hole like we have the past two weeks we have to keep swinging,” Behrends said. “Even if we have some early success, we have to make sure everyone is staying engaged and finishing the job. ”
Staples would follow that message of relentlessness almost instantly. Four plays into the second half, Thompson would use his legs to find the end zone.
On an option play, Thompson would keep it himself, bounce off of a pair of tackles and scamper 55 yards on his way to his fifth score of the game.
Offensively, Thompson believes the reason his team executed well offensively was the level of focus during practice throughout the week.
“We knew we had a tough three-game stretch where we could have played better than we did,” Thompson said. “We assessed it and said we have to go harder in practice. Our game plan was great and we did what the coaches asked of us.”
Heading into the bye week with an even 2-2 record, Behrends says he wants to make sure his team is staying consistent and accountable moving forward.
“As coaches, we have to make sure nothing is sliding,” Behrends said. “As players, if they see something that their teammate is doing wrong, it’s not being a butthead to ask him to do what we ask of him.”
While Wilbur Cross head coach John Acquavita was looking for more effort and physicality from his team, he was not satisfied with the performance his team produced.
“The entire game there was a lack of mental focus,” Acquavita said. “We were not ready mentally to play when they got off the bus.”
STAPLES 57, WILBUR CROSS 12
STAPLES 21 22 14 0 — 57
WILBUR CROSS 0 6 0 6 — 12
S —Tanner Connors 2-yard run (Kick good)
S — Ryan Thompson 16-yard pass to Nick Armentano (Kick good)
S — Ryan Thompson 41-yard pass to Nick Armentano (Kick good)
S — Ryan Thompson 44-yard pass to Nick Armentano (Kick good)
S — Jake Yarish 11-yard run (Pass good)
WC — Jamel Lee 65-yard run (Run failed)
S — Ryan Thompson 21-yard pass to Tanner Connors (Kick good)
S — Ryan Thompson 55-yard run (Kick good)
S —Will Holleman 1-yard run (Kick good)
W — Jamel Lee 1-yard run (Run failed)
NOROVIRUS (Norwalk virus) – diarrheal syndrome, detection of norovirus genogroups I and II in feces, immunochromatography (Norwalk virus GI, GII, One step rapid immunochromotographic assay, antigen, stool)
Method of determination
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Excreted microorganisms and pathogens: information is given on the presence or absence of genogroups I and II of norovirus in feces.
Norovirus infection – the causative agent refers to RNA-containing viruses from the calcivirus family, another name for the causative agent is the Norwalk or Norfolk virus, at the site of the first major outbreak in Ohio (USA).
Norovirus is the cause of severe infectious gastroenteritis that can occur in people of different sexes and ages; The main symptoms are vomiting (often repeated), nausea, diarrhea, moderate fever, headache, muscle pain, weakness.The incubation period is 12-48 hours, the average duration of clinical manifestations is 1-3 days. Vomiting and diarrhea lead to rapid dehydration, which is especially dangerous for preschool children. Transmission routes – contact household, food, water.
Outbreaks of the disease often occur in institutions with a large crowd of people: hospitals, kindergartens and schools, orphanages, cruise ships, boarding houses, and places of detention. The pathogen can be transferred through vegetable salads prepared in violation of the rules for processing vegetables, cutting finished products (cheese, butter, etc.)), dishes associated with “manual” cooking and not subjected to repeated heat treatment (shawarma, sushi), when using common cutlery, insufficiently processed, as well as by the fecal-oral route.
There are several genogroups of this virus, of which representatives of 1, 2, 4 gene groups can be the cause of infection in humans. Of these, genogroups 1 and 2 are more significant, with a predominance of genogroup 2 (genotype GII.4) during outbreaks of infection. It has been shown that human susceptibility to norovirus infection is associated with antigens of blood groups (which are present in saliva, on the intestinal mucous membranes and can serve as cofactors or receptors for infection). Thus, individuals with blood group 3 are more resistant to norovirus genogroup 1.
Diagnostics is more often based on clinical manifestations, but the virus can be detected by PCR methods (see tests 33121 Acute intestinal infections, PCR screening of three viral pathogens, feces; 33122 Acute intestinal infections, PCR screening of eight bacterial and viral pathogens of acute intestinal infections in kale), as well as by immunoassay methods, which exhibit high specificity, but less sensitive.The excretion of the virus in the feces is maximal during the first 24-48 hours of the disease, to a lesser extent it can last for weeks, and in persons with immunosuppression, even longer. After suffering a norovirus infection, immunity is unstable, repeated infections are possible.
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Before driving, you need to think about what parking spaces you will use. Also take notes with parking information. There are several ways to park, such as parking or dedicated sidewalk parking, because regular street parking is more difficult to find.Especially in tourist cities
What is the correct age to rent a car? How old do I have to be to rent a car?
Many landlords impose strict age restrictions on the driver when renting a car. They can also charge an additional fee from a young driver if he is not only under 18 years old, but even if he is under 25 years old. It doesn’t matter how old you are, it’s important to be aware of all of the age requirements, especially if you’re under 21. And don’t forget that this can affect the cost of booking a car, even if you are under 25 years old.It often happens that different car rental companies set different age requirements and charge different additional insurance coverage for a young driver.
Do I need insurance to rent a car?
When renting a car, pay attention to insurance coverage and do some preliminary research. This will influence your choice of insurance coverage that is beneficial to you. Ask about your personal responsibility, find protection from damage and injury. In most cases, insurance is already included in the cost of car rental, but it so happens that it is not included, this is always indicated in the rental voucher and when booking a car in a special information form.
Can I book a car with unlimited mileage when renting a car in Norwalk, CT?
Even if you are traveling for business or pleasure, the unlimited mileage car rental will be useful for you. Often, car rental agencies most often apply mileage restrictions to certain vehicle classes. Thus, this can be the determining factor in the car rental that you should choose.
Is it possible to rent a car one way in Norwalk, CT and drop it in another city?
Yes, most companies offer this service for an additional fee.If you want to rent a car in one place and rent it in another city, you can pay a one way rental fee. But don’t forget to find out what you need to know about this payment. For example, car rental companies charge a one-way fee to cover the cost of returning the car.
Norwalk, CT – Wonderful Long Trips
If you want to be lucky enough to make one of the great road trips, you need to rent a car.All you need is to be delighted with a good trip. Be able to drive on the open road, get your own car, stop and go whenever you want. Just get inspired for your next adventure and rent a car long term.
Where is the best place to spend the night in a rented car?
If you are thinking of a short trip, car travel can be a surprisingly cheap adventure. In this case, you can spend a lot of money on a hotel or motel.If you want even cheaper, try exploring the campsite.
Inclusion Criteria: – Subjects must be between the ages of 18 and 50 and in good health according to a medical report. history and physical examination. – Subjects must sign an informed consent prior to commencing the study.- All results of screening clinical laboratory tests are within the normal range defined by the protocol. Subjects with a history of positive antibodies to hepatitis A or a normal liver transaminase (serum) vaccination may be taken. – If subject is female, negative serum pregnancy test within 3 days of vaccination and negative urine or blood pregnancy test on the day of vaccination. – Subjects must demonstrate a reasonable understanding of the research protocol.and the ability to comply with all necessary research procedures, including prevention measures Norwalk Virus (NV) contamination of the environment and the spread of NV infection and potential subjects must pass (> 75% correct answers, or 21 of 27 questions answered correctly) a written examination before the Exam will contain 27 multiple choice or true / false questions on all aspects of the research protocol. Subjects will be re-instructed on any question they may have answered incorrectly.- Subjects must be prepared to return for follow-up visits after discharge from the General Research Center (GCRC) and deliver samples to the investigator promptly. – Agree to store unused identifiable clinical specimens for an indefinite period of time. at Baylor College of Medicine for use in future research. – The subject must express type 1 oligosaccharide H (as measured by positive saliva secretory status). – For women, use an acceptable form of contraception.control methods: oral contraceptives, intrauterine devices (IUDs), contraceptives. implants under the skin or contraceptive injections, and foam condoms. Exclusion criterion: – Residence or daily contact with children aged 10 and under or with a woman known to be pregnant, including at home, at school, in kindergarten, etc. facilities. – Living with or daily contact with childcare workers. – Living or daily contact with elderly people aged 70 and over, or disabled people, people with diapers, disabled people or people with urinary incontinence.This includes working or visiting nursing homes and day care centers or similar facilities. – Evidence of recent (within 3 months) or current non-bacterial gastroenteritis indicates infection with Norwalk Virus (NV) [vomiting, loose or watery stools (> 2 within 24 hours)]. – History of chronic functional dyspepsia, chronic gastroesophageal reflux disease, peptic ulcer disease, gastrointestinal bleeding, gallbladder disease, inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, frequent diarrhea or diverticulitis at any time during the life of the subject. – Positive serological tests for hepatitis B viruses (main and / or surface antigen serology) and / or C, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) -1 or syphilis. A qualified clinical investigator will advise subjects on the purpose and significance of such testing. Any subject with a positive test will be referred to a local HIV-1 clinic or to their private physician. – A pregnant or lactating woman. – A history of drug or alcohol dependence, or a serious acute or chronic medical or mental illness that may limit the subject’s ability to complete the study and / or jeopardize the objectives of the study.One positive CAGE questionnaire excluding answer. – Regular use of medications such as, but not limited to, corticosteroids, antidiarrhea. medicines, opioids, immunosuppressants, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, antipyretics, and anticoagulants (such as warfarin or heparin or gold salts). Oral contraceptives are permitted. – Use of antibiotics within 14 days of inoculation. – Use of the study drug within 30 days of starting the study drug. – Signs of renal failure, as indicated by (any of the following) serum sodium or serum potassium outside the normal laboratory range, or serum urea or serum creatinine> upper limit of normal range, or uric acid> 8, 5 mg / dl. – Baseline serum amylase 115 IU / L or more, or baseline serum lipase 210 IU / L or more. – Signs of cardiovascular disease as indicated by (any of the following) blood pressure> 150/90 mmHg.Art. in two dimensions on different days, hospitalization for myocardial infarction, arrhythmia, fainting or noise (non-functional) detected on physical examination. – Signs of liver disease or other reticuloendothelial disease, as indicated in (any of the following) serum alanine aminotransferase (ALT)> 1.25 times normal, aspartate aminotransferase (AST)> 1.25 times normal, alkaline phosphatase> 1, 25 times normal, hepatosplenomegaly, jaundice, or lymphadenopathy on physical examination.- Evidence of hematologic, rheumatologic or immunologic disease, as indicated in (any of the following) WBC count <3.0 thousand / mm3, WBC count> 11.0 thousand / Cube. Mm, neutropenia (<1500 / cc mm), hemoglobin outside laboratory values normal range, history of more than 3 hospitalizations for invasive bacterial infections (pneumonia, meningitis), acute or chronic dermatitis (eg eczema, seborrhea, psoriasis) or collagen vascular disease [eg, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) or dermatomyositis].- History or evidence of diabetes mellitus or hyperglycemia (eg, occasional glucose> 120 mg / dL). – The presence of another serious chronic disease (for example, a malignant neoplasm other than disappeared). skin damage, neurological condition, or malnutrition). – Bacterial gastroenteritis or positive stool culture for Salmonella, Campylobacter, E. coli 0157: H7 and Shigella; positive fecal screening for oocytes and parasites with feces leukocyte test.- Work in the catering industry, for example, in restaurants or cafeterias. In particular, this includes persons whose employment requires food processing within 4 weeks after inoculation. – Health care providers with the patient should be in contact with the patient within 4 weeks after vaccination. – Expected contact (at work or at home) with immunocompromised people (HIV-positive, receiving immunosuppressants such as oral steroids, anticancer drugs) within 4 weeks after inoculation.- Work as an airline flight attendant scheduled to work in the next 4 weeks. Persons planning to take a cruise within 4 weeks after vaccination. – Individuals who have consumed or plan to consume raw shellfish (such as oysters) within 7 days. days prior to enrollment or throughout the study. – other conditions that, in the opinion of the investigator, could jeopardize the safety or rights of the volunteer participating in the research, or the subject is unable to comply with the research protocol.- Expresses the antigen of the blood type B of the histoblood (blood type B or AB).
18 years old
Accepts healthy volunteers
Norovirus is an RNA virus belonging to the Caliciviridae family that causes gastrointestinal infections in the form of acute gastroenteritis.
Noroviruses are classified into six genogroups: GI – GVI. For humans, the most pathogenic viruses are GI, GII, GIV. According to modern literature data, the most common genogroup in human infection is GII and is more often associated with the transmission of infection through food.
There are several known ways of transmission of norovirus infection: fecal-oral, airborne and contact-household.
Norovirus infection is a highly contagious disease and can occur both in the form of isolated cases and group cases and outbreaks.People of all age groups are susceptible to infection, but more often cases of the disease are described in school-age children and adults. To confirm the norovirus etiology of an outbreak, it is sufficient to detect norovirus in the faeces of two out of five cases involved in the outbreak.
The source of infection is only a person (a sick person or a virus-releasing virus) who secretes norovirus for 3 weeks or more after infection. The infection can spread by water, food, contact and household routes.
Noroviruses are found in numerous food products: seafood (especially bivalve molluscs), fresh berries and vegetables, poultry, meat, and baked goods. It is believed that food contamination occurs when the conditions of cultivation and transportation are violated (contamination with sewage) and the lack of proper heat treatment. In addition to contaminated food, food service workers are often the source of infection; it has been proven that up to a third of food outbreaks are associated with infected personnel.
No less relevant is the waterway of transmission. Due to the high resistance of noroviruses to the action of disinfectants and a low infectious dose, the virus accumulates and multiplies in drinking water sources, which leads to an outbreak of disease.
The incidence of norovirus infection is recorded throughout the year with an increase in the autumn-winter period, mostly sporadic, but there are large food and water outbreaks.
The incubation period for norovirus infection lasts from several hours to 1-3 days, usually 12-24 hours. A short incubation period (4-12 hours) is often observed when outbreaks develop in confined spaces (airliners, cruise ships, hotels, etc.).
The main symptoms of noroviral gastroenteritis:
- intoxication: fever, lethargy, vomiting, headache;
- changes in the gastrointestinal tract: abdominal pain, repeated vomiting, loose stools.
Noroviral gastroenteritis is characterized by two variants of the onset of the disease: acute (about 95% of patients), when all the main symptoms appear on the 1st day of the illness, and subacute, when 1-2 symptoms (more often abdominal pain and vomiting) are added to the 2nd day of the illness. diarrhea, fever.
A modern method for diagnosing norovirus infection is the real-time polymerase chain reaction method. This method of molecular diagnostics allows to identify fragments of the genetic material (RNA) of the virus in the early stages of the disease.