Monday, July 17, 2017

Ministry of health warn the public over cholera outbreak in Kenya

Kenyan ministry of health says, not less than 330 cases of cholera have been recorded since May in and around Kenya's capital, Nairobi, and three people have died.

However, the ministry has directed health departments nationwide to ban street hawkers from selling food.

Last week two ministers were admitted to hospital with cholera-like symptoms, after attending an official function.

But, many Kenyans are asking why street food sellers are being targeted when the ministers and others became sick at establishments including hotels, BBC correspondent said.

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