Millions for new and more efficient Q fever vaccine research

Jamieson Murphy
August 7 2020 - 11:00am
SPREAD: The bacteria that causes Q fever can travel up to 30km in dry, windy conditions and infect people who have had no contact with animals.
SPREAD: The bacteria that causes Q fever can travel up to 30km in dry, windy conditions and infect people who have had no contact with animals.

The federal government has chipped in almost $2 million for research into a new and more efficient Q fever vaccine.

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Jamieson Murphy

Jamieson Murphy

News director

Newcastle Herald news director and business reporter. Interested in any and all yarns. Whisper g'day mate to me at jamieson.murphy@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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