[ kˈafi͡ə pˈɒks], [ kˈafiə pˈɒks], [ k_ˈa_f_iə p_ˈɒ_k_s]
How to use "Kaffir pox" in context?
Kaffir pox, also called African smallpox, is a febrile disease caused by the variola virus. Kaffir pox is spread through contact with respiratory secretions, blood, or body fluids from an infected person. Kaffir pox is endemic in tropical and subtropical regions of Africa. The most severe form of kaffir pox ispox, which is highly fatal in up to 80% of cases. Lord Byron died from kaffir pox in 1824. In 1996, kaffir pox was declared world vaccine-preventable disease by the World Health Assembly.
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