Drought could raise Q fever risk

rural Australia
People in regional and rural NSW are being warned to get vaccinated and take other steps to guard against Q fever Drought and high winds may increase the risk of the disease spreading, NSW Health has warned. Dr Vicky Sheppeard, NSW Health Director Communicable Diseases, said Q fever is a serious bacterial infection caused by

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