THE number of people killed by an outbreak of cholera in the North and Far North regions of Cameroon has risen from two in April to 48, officials of the Ministry of Public Health told Xinhua on Wednesday.
Arabo Saidou, an official of the ministry said 775 others have been diagnosed with the disease. “The outbreak of the disease is caused by failure to abide
On Monday, Cameroon’s Minster of Public Health,
“The public should take necessary measures to improve hygiene in their homes in order to help the government’s efforts to control the
In April, health officials of the country said cholera killed at least two people and 19 sus- pected cases registered in North region, barely four months after the government declared the country free of the disease. —Xinhua