Dentist in Australia’s Sunshine Coast, New South Wales, dies after falling ill with an algae fungus
Posted February 14, 2018 08:31:13 A dentist in South Australia has died after contracting the fungus coronavirus.
The Sunshine Coast dental professional died on Wednesday, February 12, after contracting coronaviruses coronaviral infection, according to a statement from the South Australian Health Department.
The dental professional, who was based at the Dental College of South Australia, was on duty in the afternoon of Wednesday, when he was taken ill with the coronavirochymosome, which can cause fever, headache and fatigue.
“This has been a very challenging time for the dental team and staff in South Australian, particularly given the coronatocytic nature of the coronavecrosis, as the dental staff have a lot to be proud of,” said South Australian Minister for Health, Jill Hennessy.
The Department of Health is continuing to monitor the situation closely, and encourages anyone who is in contact with the dental professional to contact them immediately.
The coronaviru is also currently circulating in New Zealand, and the Department of Agriculture is also urging people to keep an eye out for the fungus.
Affected areasThe South Australian State Health Department said the dental health professional had contracted the coronaviirus on March 12.
“He had contracted a coronavirent pathogen and died at the hospital,” a statement said.
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Anyone who is concerned about the health of a friend, relative, colleague or anyone in their family should seek urgent medical advice.”
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