Q Fever is on the rise. Despite rarely causing clinical disease in animals, Q Fever can be transmitted from infected animals to humans.
Q Fever may be undiagnosed because it can have similar symptoms to the flu, such as muscle pains, headaches, nausea, fatigue, fever and chills. However, Q Fever can also have debilitating, long-term health consequences.
As well as negatively impacting on the individuals’ health, Q Fever also puts businesses and the livestock industry at risk.
Protect yourself, your family and your employees.
Get vaccinated against Q Fever.
Catherine James or Kimberley Henman on 1300 882 833 or email email@example.com
Your GP or health professional
Australian Q Fever Register on 1300 733 837 or visit www.qfever.org
Q Fever facts from Seqirus www.qfeverfacts.com.au
Department of Health and Human Services Infection disease surveillance
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