A woman in Central Queensland, who was having a great exposure to a foal in her farmland near Rockhampton, has been said in a stable condition. She was admitted in hospital and an experimental treatment was carried out on her, fearing her that she might have contracted Hendra Virus from it.
Though the woman has been said to be in a table condition, authorities from Queensland are quite concerned about the issue. They were of the view that they need to monitor the health of woman, as there are chances that she might get infected from the virus.
Dr. Jeanette Young, who is the Queensland's Chief Health Officer, was of the view that the foal, which died due to the virus, was being cared a lot by the woman. This is the reason that they have doubted a lot on the health conditions of the woman.
Till now, they are not sure of the outcome, as there are chances that the woman might contract the disease. For that Young has passed his sympathies to the woman’s family.
Young said that it will take some time, before it could be known that the woman has received the infection or not.
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