Public Health Wales say that tests on a man who died in Swansea have confirmed that he had measles.
In a statement, they said that the tests only confirmed that "the deceased had measles at the time of his death" but that "further investigations are being undertaken by the Swansea Coroner to establish the cause of death."
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