Six times the safe level of lead detected in water at two Queensland Health facilities

Levels of lead six times the safe limit have been detected at a hospital and health clinic in Far North Queensland.

Chief Health Officer Dr John Gerrard said routine testing at the Health Facility in Yarrabah and the newly-built hospital in Atherton returned results above the WHO standard of 0.01 miligrams per…

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