The outbreak of Cholera which was only experienced on some Fishing camps of Mazabuka District has now spread to residential Townships in the area.
Mazabuka District Medical Officer Stephen Shanjalika says the disease has now spread to some parts of Mazabuka Township.
He told ZANIS in Mazabuka this morning that a Cholera case has been recorded in Hillside, a residential area within the heart of Mazabuka.
He said Mazabuka General Hospital this morning received a referral of a confirmed cholera case from Hillside Township.
However, Sources within the District have confirmed that Hillside area has had no water supply for the past four days due to a technical fault on SWASCO supply line.
Cholera broke out in Mazabuka District two days ago on five Fishing camps situated on the Lower Kafue River.
Two deaths and now 36 confirmed cases have been admitted and confined in two Cholera centres that have been established by health authorities in the District.
And according to Dr. Shanjanika, the 36 cholera patients that are still undergoing treatment are out of danger.