Monday, January 24, 2011

Australia Issues Legionnaires Disease Alert for Bali

11 Confirmed Cased of Legionnaires Diseases in Bali Potentially Linked to a Kuta Area Hotel and Shopping Center. Preventative Clean-Up Underway.
1/22/2011) The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs has posted a caution for Australians traveling to Bali advising that a "small number" of cases of Legionnaires' disease (Legionella pneumophila) have been detected among holiday makers returning from the island.
The cases have been linked to the popular Kuta region of Bali and a specific hotel and shopping center frequented by the 11 victims confirmed between August 2010 and January 2011. Of the 11 confirmed cases, 9 were Australian from Western Australia, one Dutch and one French national.
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1 comment:

Charles said...

Legionnaire’s disease in small intake is harmless but on a larger intake proves to be a fatal disease caused by Legionnaire bacteria.

Thanks
Charles
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