Victoria’s health department is urging people to get tested after an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in Melbourne’s south-east.
- People who have spent time around Cheltenham who developed flu-like symptoms are urged to seek medical care
- Legionnaires’ disease symptoms can include headaches, shortness of breath, chills and fever
- Authorities are trying to pinpoint the source of the disease
Three people who spent time in Cheltenham or surrounding suburbs have tested positive for the infectious disease within the last month.
The department has advised anyone who was in the area from…