Another 10 people, including some students from the Shawnee Mission School District, are suffering from norovirus-like symptoms in suburban Kansas City. However Johnson County (Kansas) Department of Health and Environment suspects the new cases are associated with the Buffalo Wild Wings Grill on 105th Street in Overland Park, Kan., and not the New Theatre Restaurant, where more than 600 dinner theater patrons were infected with norovirus in mid-January. The county health officials began receiving reports of the more recent illnesses beginning on Jan. 29. Small norovirus clusters are common during the winter. The second, smaller Overland Park outbreak is being investigated by JCDHE. The local health officials are advising area residents to wash their hands and stay home if ill from school, work, or other public places like restaurants. They say managers of restaurants and food service facilities should take additional precautions to keep their customers safe. JCDHE has yet to confirm the second batch of Overland Park norovirus illnesses. The city of 182,000 is a western suburb of the Kansas City metro area.