Officials had hoped to reopen Camp Seymour last Sunday, but too many staff members were still ill from an outbreak of nausea believed to be caused by a norovirus.
The News Tribune reports the Key Peninsula camp closed Thursday and two cleanup companies were hired to scrub camp buildings with bleach.
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