Invisible dangers after a flood

By Jade Chan, Eastausmilk Project Officer
March 12 2022 - 12:00am
Invisible dangers after a flood

It seems like we can't catch a break - first the fires, then the drought and now floods. Farmers have been affected all around south east Queensland and north east NSW where there is a big clean-up job and damage assessments under way. However, these wet and humid conditions that follow a flood event are the ideal environments for bacterial diseases to thrive posing a risk to yourself as well as staff who are assisting with clean up.



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