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Asthma is an issue

Wagga Wagga and district is prone to spring-time thunderstorm-triggered asthma associated with elevated levels of airborne grass-pollens in conjunction with pending thunderstorm activity.

If prone to asthma events, it is important that:

How we can help

Faculty of Science at Charles Sturt University and the Wagga Asthma and COPD Collaborative of Health Professionals, have established an SMS notification and email notification system where you can register to be notified on days during spring that are high risk.

Register for alert notifications

Your contact details will not be used to distribute any advertising or spam messages.

Register:

  • Text/SMS the word Asthma to 0417 115 876 to receive SMS alerts
  • Email the word Asthma (in the subject line or email body) to asthmaalert@eapi.whispir.com to receive email alerts

Unsubscribe:

  • Text/SMS the word Unsubscribe to 0417 115 876 to stop receiving SMS alerts
  • Email the word Unsubscribe (in the subject line or email body) to asthmaalert@eapi.whispir.com to stop receiving email alerts

Further information

If you have any queries about asthma or the alert system, please contact asthmaalert@csu.edu.au in the first instance. You can also contact:

Dr Bruce Graham
Adjunct Lecturer, School of Biomedical Sciences
Charles Sturt University
WAGGA WAGGA NSW 2678
Ph 0411 895 074
Email bgraham@csu.edu.au