How to protect yourself from the bacteria that can cause meningitis and meningococcal disease in Australia
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Meningococcus aureus, the bacteria found in the bloodstream of infected people, is one of the most common infections.
While you may not notice the infection immediately, symptoms of meningism are usually present for a few weeks.
The infection can cause fatigue, headache, fever, loss of coordination, blurred vision, fatigue and shortness of breath.
But meningic illness is often treated by taking antibiotics and avoiding contact with other people, so if you get sick, you’ll have no symptoms.
The main way to fight meningitic illness is to wash your hands and face with soap and water before going to the toilet, or by hand in a toilet seat.
Meningitis can be treated with antibiotics if you have a weakened immune system, a cold or an underlying infection.
You can also get vaccinated against the bacteria by getting the HPV vaccine or getting the meningovirus vaccine.
If you have more severe symptoms, such as anemia, it’s recommended you avoid contact with anyone for up to two weeks, and also to avoid sharing the same room or taking part in activities that involve close contact with people, such a walking path.
Meningococcus aureus, the bacteria found in the bloodstream of infected people, is one of the most common infections.While you may…