MP3: UnitingCare moves on Legionella testing while defending disease management

06.06.2013

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UnitingCare moves on Legionella testing while defending disease management MP3

Wider testing for the killer Legionella bacteria will be introduced at all Uniting Church-owned hospitals after an outbreak in Brisbane. The bacteria was found in previously untested water taps. Meanwhile, a laboratory is under scrutiny over a delay in notifying health authorities of the outbreak. Source: abc.net.au

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