“We continue to investigate records on a risk basis and will continue to do that into the foreseeable future,” he said.
The incidents have prompted the Queensland government to offer payments to affected families.
Around 40 families of severely impacted children were being offered $50,000 each, and 58 children recalled for additional testing were provided $5,000 each, even though these payments do not prevent further legal actions.
Mr Keyes said it was “destabilising and pretty shattering” to have the community’s confidence in the service rocked.
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