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Cyprus Mail

First results indicate soldier may not have TB


INITIAL examinations would appear to rule out the possibility of a case of tuberculosis in the National Guard, its health department said, following investigations carried out at Limassol boot camp (KEN).

On Wednesday investigations were under way to establish whether a new conscript had contracted tuberculosis but findings yesterday indicated it was most likely not the case according to the National Guard’s health department head Christos Kyprianou. He said that the soldier would undergo more extensive examinations to confirm he was not suffering from the infectious disease.

“The laboratory analysis was negative which indicates that any disease the soldier might be carrying is not contagious but we are still investigating the case,” he told the state broadcaster.

He explained that following medical screening that all new conscripts go through it was found that the soldier showed initial signs of having the disease and was taken to Limassol general hospital for precautionary measures and so tests could be carried out.

“Tests will continue on Friday with which we hope to conclude the first stage of examinations which will give us a clearer idea of what we are dealing with,” Kyprianou said.





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