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Cuba's Ministry of Public Health reported on Saturday that an Italian citizen, in Cuba since August 15, became the first case of simian smallpox in the Caribbean country.
Cuba's Vice-Minister of Health, Carilda Peña, confirmed that the national system is currently maintaining the actions aimed at preventing and facing the risk of spreading smallpox, after the appearance of the first imported case on the island.