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Man who died at Manston migrant processing centre may have died from diptheria, Home Office says 



Man who died at Manston migrant processing centre may have been killed by DIPTHERIA, Home Office says

A man’s death at the Manston migrant processing centre may have been caused by a diphtheria infection, the Home Office has said.

Initial tests at a hospital near the centre in Kent, which has struggled with overcrowding and outbreaks of disease, came back negative – but a follow-up PCR was positive.

The result indicates that “diphtheria may be the cause of the illness”, a statement said.

The man died in hospital on November 19 after being believed to have entered the UK on a small boat seven days earlier.

A Government spokeswoman said: “Our thoughts remain with the family of the man who has died and all those affected by this loss.

“Initial…



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