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Romanian back from Equatorial Guinea, diagnosed with malaria

A man from Calarasi was checked into the “Victor Babes” Infectious and Tropical Disease Hospital in Bucharest, diagnosed with malaria. According to representatives of the Calarasi Public Health Authority, quoted by Mediafax, the 34-year-old, who returned on October 28 from Equatorial Guinea, where he worked for a while, ended up at the Bucharest hospital on October 31, suffering from fever, shivering and severe headache, and the tests confirmed the diagnosis of malaria. The director of the “Victor Babes” Hospital stated that the patient was currently in stable condition.

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