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A 25-year-old man found dead at his home in Port Tennant near Swansea has been named locally as Gareth Williams.
Public Health Wales have not yet confirmed the cause of death. A post mortem is due later.
The coroner for Swansea, the centre of the epidemic, has ordered an examination of the body of a 25-year-old man to establish whether measles caused his death.
The latest figures show that there have been 808 measles cases reported since the outbreak began.
The details released by Public Health Wales on Thursday also showed that a total of 77 people have been hospitalised.
ITV News has learnt that a 25 year old man who is believed to have died from measles in Swansea had a partner and small daughter.
People living in the area say they were a 'loving family'.
Public Health Wales say they are aware of a "possible death from measles."
In a statement they said that the death of a 25 year old in Swansea is being investigated by the Swansea Coroner and that the "diagnosis of measles has not yet been confirmed."
It is reported that a 25 year old man found dead at a flat on Port Tennant Road in Swansea yesterday died from 'suspected' measles.
South Wales Police have confirmed that the death is not being treated as suspicious and that officers are awaiting the results of a post mortem examination.
Public Health Wales have told ITV News that they will be releasing a statement 'shortly.'
South Wales Police say they are investigating a 'sudden and unexplained death' of a 25 year old man in Swansea.
Police say a body was found in a flat on Port Tennant Road in the city at about 8am on Thursday morning.