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    Suspected cholera in Bocoio

    The authorities of the municipality of Belo Monte and the village of Fasil, 102 kilometers northeast of the city of Benguela, investigate, since the beginning of the week just ended, a resurgence of suspected cholera outbreak in the locality.

    The head of a municipal Health Silongua Nicholas said Saturday that in the commune of Monte Belo were recorded nine cases of suspected cholera.

    Patients have symptoms like vomiting and diarrhea, which already caused two deaths, one in the municipality of Belo Monte and the other in the village of Fasil.

    However, ANGOP learned from a health source, was not confirmed by the time the diagnosis of cholera.

    Nicholas Silongua not always explained that the diarrhea and vomiting are associated with cholera, as communities interpret and can treat themselves to a mild cleansing of the stomach and intestines, a disease often caused by consumption of unclean water.

    Has acknowledged that the industry already has an extensive program of community education on measures of disease prevention and hygiene promotion community.

    http://jornaldeangola.sapo.ao/14/8/s...era_no__bocoio

    He advised residents to boil water for consumption as an appropriate method.
    “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
    Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief The Lancet

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