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Queensland Shines A Light On World Hepatitis Day

World Hepatitis Day on 28 July 2023 united individuals, organisations and policymakers for a global day of action, amplifying the message that Hepatitis Can’t Wait!

Queensland rose to the occasion with an array of events, activities and messages. Hepatitis Queensland was proud to support the many organisations that got behind World Hepatitis Day. Alongside eye-catching resources such as t-shirts, posters and games, we delivered grants to 18 organisations for community-led initiatives.

Queensland’s Health Minister showed her support with a dedicated World Hepatitis Day video message while social media was abuzz with messages of support.

Logan’s Wineglass Water Tower, Townsville’s Wharton Reef Lighthouse, and Brisbane’s Gateway Bridge, were among the many Queensland landmarks that glowed green in support. Cafes across the state also embraced World Hepatitis Day with our Hep Cant Wait themed coffee cups.

Hepatitis Queensland CEO Angela Uilderks took to the airwaves with an informative interview on ABC Radio North Queensland while the Hepatitis Queensland team was out and about spreading the word at Emmanuel City Mission, Moonyah Recovery Centre and Jimboomba Medical Centre.


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