Fears of diphtheria spreading after dozens of migrants suspected to have been infected with highly-contagious disease were moved from Manston processing centre to hotels across the country
- A migrant died last weekend at Manston Processing Centre from diphtheria
- The Middle Eastern man in his 30s entered UK on a small boat a week earlier
- Fears highly-contagious disease could spread after migrants moved to hotels
- There have been 50 confirmed cases in Britain since the start of the year
Dozens of migrants with suspected diptheria have been moved from the Manston processing centre to hotels around the country, prompting fears about the spread of the highly contagious disease.
Concerns grew after the Home Office yesterday confirmed that a migrant who…