Risk Factors for Smallpox

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Aug 11, 2011
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Risk of naturally occurring smallpox is not there as the disease has been eradicated by the intense global immunization campaign and the last naturally occurring case of smallpox was reported in 1977. Currently the risk factors for smallpox infection include:

  • Working with the smallpox virus such as in the research lab or working in a smallpox diagnostic laboratory.
  • Exposure to smallpox virus if it is used as a biological weapon.

 

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