Everybody in rural Australia should get Q fever shot: new research

Vernon Graham
Updated March 11 2019 - 2:56pm, first published 12:30pm
Australia has a highly-effective vaccine against Q fever but many people in high risk rural occupations are unaware of it.
Australia has a highly-effective vaccine against Q fever but many people in high risk rural occupations are unaware of it.

The authors of a new study into the prevalence of Q fever have concluded all people living in rural Australia should consider getting vaccinated against the disease.

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Vernon Graham

Vernon Graham

National machinery and property writer

Former editor of The Land, former Fairfax Media Agricultural Editor

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