Posted by: APO | 21 July 2016

Sharp rise in suspected cholera cases in South Sudan

Amid a rise in the number of suspected cases of cholera in South Sudan, UNICEF is rapidly increasing its response activities. The Juba Teaching Hospital reported that 69 new suspected cases were admitted on Wednesday, bringing the total number of people being treated in the capital to 112. An additional 29 suspected cases had been reported in Duk Island in Jonglei state. Nationwide, there are now… Read more on http://africa-newsroom.com/press/sharp-rise-in-suspected-cholera-cases-in-south-sudan?lang=en


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