"I have issued this order to ensure the health of guests and visitors of the establishment, as well as the health of Hampton residents and visitors", said commissioner Jeffrey Meyers.
Legionnaires' disease is caused by a bacteria known as Legionella, which is commonly found in the natural environment, including freshwater, groundwater and the soil.
People get Legionnaires' disease when they breathe in droplets of contaminated water. A spokesperson said there have been fewer than 10 cases reported. Every year, there are between 200 and 500 cases of Legionnaires' disease in the city, according to health officials.
They should also seek medical treatment if they've been in the Guildford area since August 21.
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The disease can cause symptoms similar to pneumonia. It can not be transmitted between people, however.
All three people have been hospitalized with the severe form of pneumonia. Groups at highest risk for Legionnaires' disease include people who are middle-aged or older, especially cigarette smokers, people with chronic lung disease or weakened immune systems and people who take medicines that weaken their immune systems (immunosuppressive drugs).
They can develop pneumonia, as well as symptoms like fever, fatigue, diarrhea, stomach pain and shortness of breath. People who visited the area more than two weeks ago and have not developed symptoms are not at risk for disease.