Japanese encephalitis survivor, Mick Humphreys, 70, calls for vaccine action

Caroline Tung
By Caroline Tung
Updated June 30 2022 - 12:41am, first published June 29 2022 - 8:30am
ROAD TO RECOVERY: Carlyle man Mick Humphreys, with wife Jenny and dog, Lila, is pushing for governments to act on delivering vaccines. Pictures: JAMES WILTSHIRE

Mick Humphreys counts himself lucky to be a survivor of Japanese encephalitis, but says there is much work to be done before communities on the Border can be safe.

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Caroline Tung

Caroline Tung

Journalist

Caroline is the 2022 cadet at Border Mail. 2019 Jacoby Walkley Scholar. 2018 Quill Awards finalist.

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