UK: Two more humans suspected of contracting foot and mouth, government issues health warnings
Experts from the Public Health Laboratory Service (PHLS) are investigating two more suspected cases of foot and mouth in humans today as contract slaughterman Paul Stamper awaits the results of his blood test to reveal whether he has also contracted the virus while working with infected animals in Cumbria. The new cases are not believed to be from the same area.
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