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New Flyer "Q Fever – More than a flu" Information for the general population on Q Fever in humans available for download

Q fever can be easily mixed up with a summer flu, as the disease often begins with high temperature up to 40 degrees Celsius, chills, head aches, aching limbs and weariness. The disease which is transferred among others by sheep and goats is rarely identified. However, the effects of an unidentified infection can be potentially severe and even deadly. Another frequently neglected consequence of acute infection can be a Post Q Fever Fatigue Syndrome.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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