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Carabiniere dead in Cuba: the cause would not be monkeypox but a ‘sepsis due to bronchopneumonia’

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Carabiniere dead in Cuba: the cause would not be monkeypox but a ‘sepsis due to bronchopneumonia’

Health checks continue on the death of the police marshal Germano Mancini, 50, died last August 21 during a vacation in Cuba. The soldier of the Arma, who commanded the Carabinieri station in Scorzè (Venice), had been cataloged as the first Italian to die of monkeypox. The first analyzes conducted by the Cuban health system gave this result, which was then transmitted to the Farnesina.

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