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Tests find levels of Listeria detected at Queensland Children’s Hospital unlikely to impact human health

There have been no cases of Listeriosis-related sickness reported in or to the Queensland Children’s Hospital since routine food testing detected a trace of the bacteria in ham served to patients and families at the Queensland Children’s Hospital.

30 May 2019 |

Listeria detection at the Queensland Children’s Hospital

As part of our processes for monitoring food safety and quality, Listeria monocytogenes, the bacteria that causes Listeriosis, has been detected in a batch of sliced ham served in sandwiches and ham salads to some patients and families in the Queensland Children’s Hospital between 10 and 20 May 2019.

24 May 2019 |
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