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Ndola records one cholera case

Health Ndola records one cholera case

Ndola city council public relation manager Roy Kuseka says Ndola has recorded one cholera case and the patient has been admitted, since Wednesday 23 March,at Masala clinic which is designated cholera centre.

Mr Kuseka said Ndola City Council Health Department is working closely with the Ministry of Health to ensure that the disease does not spread and that measures have been put in place to ensure that the outbreak is contained.

He said the council has Since banned the sell of opaque beer in Masala, mainly ‘Gabon’ and surrounding areas and compliance by the affected trader is encouraging so far as well as banned the sell of foodstuffs on the streets as directed by the Government through the Ministry of Local Government and Housing.

He appealed to members of the general public to desist at all costs from buying and consuming foodstuffs sold on the streets adding that the public should observe highest personal and public health standards as cholera is an infectious disease.

He explained that Ndola has been cholera free in as many as 10 years hence the need for the public and other stakeholders to help authorities with their maximum support so as to contain the disease.

7 COMMENTS

  1. Some Zambians are just so stup!d…They derserve the suffering…I urge them to vote Edgar Lungu again on 11 August so that they may experience cannibalism. The malnourished Kachasu and Gumbler Man told the Zambians he had no vision, the id!ots went and voted for him, today they want to turn around and say twachula pafula…Edgar must be given credit for honesty alteast on seeking public office…I am sure he is still so shocked and very surprised to this day, that Zambians are just so stup!d..They can vote for anything that walks.

  2. Illuminati the truth hates, you see how these fools are reacting when the truth is spoken. Their worship of Lungu is very unhealthy and not good for the country. They lie about him being God sent, if he did he should have been a blessing but instead he has become a curse. We suddenly being hit with problems everywhere and in the midst of all these problems He decides to be greedy by increasing his pay while the masses suffer.

  3. KK was right when he used to say st.up.id i.di.ot. This is the description of Zambians today. they’ve been reduced to selling on the streets that they can’t think. like Chikwanda and his loans they can’t think about tomorrow’s consequences. It is a shame for Lungu as president in this day and age to let Zambians continue to experience cholera. but then that is what kachasu and jameson does to my fellow black people. they stop thinking. do we need the white man to colonise us again or what?

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