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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-45459913

Monkeypox has been diagnosed in the UK for the first time, a public health body warns.

The rare viral infection does not spread easily between humans and most people recover within a few weeks.

Public Health England (PHE) said the patient was a resident of Nigeria where the virus was probably contracted.

The patient had been staying at a naval base in Cornwall but is now being treated at the infectious diseases unit at the Royal Free Hospital in London.

Its experts are working closely with NHS colleagues "as a precautionary measure" and will be contacting people who might have been in close contact with the individual to provide information and health advice.

This includes contacting a number of passengers who travelled in close proximity to the patient on the same flight to the UK.

The patient travelled to London from Nigeria on 2 September and anyone who has not been contacted yet from that flight is advised no further action is required.

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2 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

Naval base in Cornwall = RNAS Culdrose down past Helston; there aren't any others so why not just say that?

Is the motto of UK journalists obscurum per obscurius?

Why would they have him in a naval base rather than a NHS hospital?  

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2 minutes ago, One percent said:

Why would they have him in a naval base rather than a NHS hospital?  

I think that the Royal Navy indulges in training for the Nigerian Navy at Culdrose or (HMS Seahawk).

Especially if the Nigerians have or are buying helicopters like Seakings or Merlins.

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6 minutes ago, Chewing Grass said:

I think that the Royal Navy indulges in training for the Nigerian Navy at Culdrose or (HMS Seahawk).

Especially if the Nigerians have or are buying helicopters like Seakings or Merlins.

Was he part of the Nigerian military then? 

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19 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

Naval base in Cornwall = RNAS Culdrose down past Helston; there aren't any others so why not just say that?

Is the motto of UK journalists obscurum per obscurius?

I'd put my money on a trainee programme at HMS Raleigh in Torpoint - exchange programme or summat

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2 minutes ago, Fischer said:

In 2016, an estimated 18,000 heterosexual men and 20,900 heterosexual women were living with HIV in the UK. Of these, 8,900 were black African men and 13,200 were black African women.

22,000 from 39,000 are black Africans !!!

These will be on expensive drugs. (about £400,000 over a lifetime).

That''s nearly nine billion pounds !!

 

https://www.avert.org/professionals/hiv-around-world/western-central-europe-north-america/uk

Breach of their yuman rights to deny them entry.

Fuck knows why; we don't see suffering from cancer as being a reason to roll out the welcome mat.

International Health Service.

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15 minutes ago, Captain Cavey said:

Any update on how the monkey is doing?

There was a monkey that was as fast as a fox. He shagged a chicken that was riddled with pox. Along came a ni**er with his hand on the trigger and blasted the monkey away*. He then shagged the monkey, flew to the UK, fell ill and became yet another burden on the taxpayer.

*The monkey died.

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3 minutes ago, OurDayWillCome said:

There was a monkey that was as fast as a fox. He shagged a chicken that was riddled with pox. Along came a ni**er with his hand on the trigger and blasted the monkey away*. He then shagged the monkey, flew to the UK, fell ill and became yet another burden on the taxpayer.

*The monkey died.

im not finding this story on the So-Called BBC, is it on rt?

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2 hours ago, Banned said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-45459913

Monkeypox has been diagnosed in the UK for the first time, a public health body warns.

The rare viral infection does not spread easily between humans and most people recover within a few weeks.

Public Health England (PHE) said the patient was a resident of Nigeria where the virus was probably contracted.

The patient had been staying at a naval base in Cornwall but is now being treated at the infectious diseases unit at the Royal Free Hospital in London.

Its experts are working closely with NHS colleagues "as a precautionary measure" and will be contacting people who might have been in close contact with the individual to provide information and health advice.

This includes contacting a number of passengers who travelled in close proximity to the patient on the same flight to the UK.

The patient travelled to London from Nigeria on 2 September and anyone who has not been contacted yet from that flight is advised no further action is required.

That's not entirely the full story.  There are two variants -- the west African one is fairly benign and doesn't pass easily.  The central African one does pass easily between humans and has a mortality rate about 10%.  I note that Nigeria is halfway between the west Africa and central Africa monkey pox infection zones.

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1 hour ago, Fischer said:

In 2016, an estimated 18,000 heterosexual men and 20,900 heterosexual women were living with HIV in the UK. Of these, 8,900 were black African men and 13,200 were black African women.

22,000 from 39,000 are black Africans !!!

These will be on expensive drugs. (about £400,000 over a lifetime).

That''s nearly nine billion pounds !!

 

https://www.avert.org/professionals/hiv-around-world/western-central-europe-north-america/uk

Thats a staggering statistic. 

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8 hours ago, dgul said:

That's not entirely the full story.  There are two variants -- the west African one is fairly benign and doesn't pass easily.  The central African one does pass easily between humans and has a mortality rate about 10%.  I note that Nigeria is halfway between the west Africa and central Africa monkey pox infection zones.

Perhaps he had a threesome and caught both varieties.

We're doubly enriched.

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