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06.06.2013

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Queensland authorities are investigating why it took a Brisbane private hospital more than a week to inform them of a potential outbreak of legionnaires' disease. A man has died and a woman is in intensive care after they contracted the disease from showers at the Wesley Hospital. Source: abc.net.au

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