NSW Health sound meningococcal disease warning as Sydney man in his 40s dies

Urgent alert after music fan who went to Splendour in the Grass dies from meningococcal and another is fighting for their life amid fears of a highly contagious outbreak of the killer disease

  • A man in his 40s has died from a rare but deadly disease in Sydney on Thursday
  • He attended the Byron Bay Splendour in  the Grass festival before he died
  • Second person at the three-day music show has now also contracted disease 
  • Meningococcal disease can be mistaken for a cold or a rash but escalate rapidly
  • Parents have been warned to stay vigilant as children can be at most risk
  • Early detection can be life-saving, but ignoring symptoms can be fatal

A Sydney man in his 40s who was at the Splendour in the Grass festival last month has been killed by deadly…

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