Connect with us


Flesh-eating bugs spark health alert in Victoria



A mysterious flesh-eating bug has spread to non-coastal Melbourne suburbs, prompting a fresh health alert.

Multiple cases of Buruli ulcer, commonly found in stagnant water, have been identified in Essendon, Moonee Ponds and Brunswick West.

Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton said the new cases meant Melbourne’s inner north was now an area of interest.

“This is the first non-coastal area in Victoria to be recognised as a potential area of risk,” he said.

“However, the risk of transmission in these…

Click here to view the original article.

Continue Reading

You might also like ...

Eerie footage of North Korean defector’s underwater escape
Lynas beats profit estimates as prices of rare earths soar