Friday, 24 March 2017
 

Malawians travelling to Mozambique are being advised to exercise caution and practice safe hygiene following the outbreak of Cholera in that country.

A new research has revealed that people who are being affected by cholera in Malawi are those who drink untreated water from Lake Malawi.

In African countries particularly Malawi, mental illness is mostly considered as a disease mainly associated with witchcraft for rituals such that those who suffer from it are rarely granted medical attention.

Malawi’s border district of Karonga has been declared as an open defecation area amid the increasing cases of cholera infections.

 

Cholera cases continue to worsen in Malawi’s district of Karonga with the current cumulative number of cases reaching 196 within 5 months.

Authorities in Malawi have expressed worry over the rise of Cholera cases in the district of Karonga, some 555 km north of the capital, Lilongwe.

The cholera outbreak in Malawi’s northern region has prompted donors to provide curative and preventive items.

Health officials in Malawi have expressed worry over the startling increase of cholera cases in Karonga district, some 555 km north of the capital, Lilongwe.

Health officials in Malawi have expressed worry over the startling increase of cholera cases in Karonga district, some 555 km north of the capital, Lilongwe.

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