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  • Kenya: 2019 Cholera

    Source: https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/arti...break-in-narok


    Two die, 17 admitted in suspected cholera outbreak in Narok
    Robert Kiplagat Posted on: 09th Jan 2019 15:00:27 GMT +0300

    Two people have died while 17 others are receiving treatment at Narok County Hospital following a suspected cholera outbreak at Nkasuria village in Narok South Sub-County.

    Narok County Health Executive Vivian Mpeti said that the health officials at the facility received 19 patients who were exhibiting diarrhoea and vomiting symptoms.

    “On January 6 this year, we received the patients apparently from one village in Naroosura ward. Upon arrival one man succumbed while another one died while receiving treatment of the same ailment at a private hospital,” said Ms Mpeti...

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    Source: https://mobile.nation.co.ke/counties...rfz/index.html


    16 Hours Ago
    30 students hospitalised in Tharaka-Nithi after cholera outbreak
    By ALEX NJERU
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    Out of 11 girls from Iruma Girls’ Secondary School admitted at PCEA Chogoria Mission Hospital, two tested positive for cholera.

    Twenty pupils from Kieni Mixed Secondary, Kiurani Boys and Jediel Kiraithe Boarding Primary School have been admitted at Magutuni Sub County Hospital

    At least 30 students have been admitted at PCEA Chogoria and Magutuni sub-county hospitals with cholera-like symptoms.

    About 300 others were treated and discharged in Maara sub county, Tharaka-Nithi County.

    Out of 11 girls from Iruma Girls’ Secondary School admitted at PCEA Chogoria Mission Hospital, two tested positive for cholera...

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