The Hilton Washington Dulles Airport Hotel was the latest in a string of hotels to be affected by the contagious norovirus. According to Washington Post reports, roughly 120 employees and guests were sickened, forcing the hotel to close its doors.

To fight the spread of norovirus, hotel officials brought in a professional cleaning company to "scrub every nightstand and counter twice with a chlorine bleach solution, clean carpets and drapes and mist each room with a disinfectant."

According to the article, "It's a floor-by-floor, room-by-room, surface-by-surface process," said Jim Cree, the hotel's director of sales and marketing, who was washing his hands more than hourly to avoid the bug. "This will be the most sanitized building in the country."

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