Queensland high school students stabbed with used needle

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Queensland high school students stabbed with used needle

Nearly a dozen pupils at a Queensland high school have been told to seek further medical testing after being jabbed with a used needle by a fellow student. At least 11 students at the South Burnett public school in Murgon were jabbed by a dirty needle on Monday, according to reports from the Courier-Mail. On Tuesday, the Queensland Education Department confirmed to NCA NewsWire a “used blood test kit” was used in the incident with police and paramedics called to the school northwest of Brisbane. An education department spokesperson said all students who had been stabbed had received first aid treatment and advised to seek further medical assistance. The school is also assisting Queensland Police Service in their investigations.”

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