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Australia Gastro outbreak at Tangalooma, with more than 50 people falling ill

23:40  04 november  2019
23:40  04 november  2019 Source:   brisbanetimes.com.au

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More than 50 people at Tangalooma Island Resort on Moreton Island, off the south-east Queensland coast, have fallen ill with gastroenteritis.

A Queensland Health investigation has found the resort's drinking water supply has become contaminated with bacteria.

Further testing will be carried out, but in the meantime, guests and staff at the resort should boil their drinking water or buy bottled water.

Metro South Health public health physician Dr Kari Jarvinen said people at the resort or who visited recently needed to be alert for symptoms of gastroenteritis and seek medical advice if necessary.

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"We get most [institutional gastro outbreaks ] in rest homes, because residents are immunocompromised. The next group is Ball said it was important when a number of people fell sick with similar symptoms at an institution for the DHB to be alerted, as Boys' High had done.

"Gastro caused by bacteria can give you nausea, vomiting, stomach cramps, diarrhoea (sometimes with blood in it) and fever," Dr Jarvinen said.

"There is also a risk of dehydration, especially for young children and babies, the elderly and people with serious medical conditions.

"If gastro is severe or continues, even fit and healthy people can become dehydrated so it is important to keep your fluid levels up, including using rehydration solutions from your pharmacist.

"If you are concerned about your symptoms or those of your children, it is important to seek medical advice."

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