Typhoid Case In Hatcliffe Extension

3 years agoTue, 05 May 2020 12:43:52 GMT
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Typhoid Case In Hatcliffe Extension

Harare City Council has advised residents to continue practising good hygiene following a typhoid case reported in Hatcliffe Extension over the weekend.

Hatcliffe Extension is considered one of Harare’s high-risk areas, with City Health Director Dr Prosper Chonzi saying it is important for residents to practice good hygiene. He said:

We now urge residents to wash hands all the time like what we have been encouraging before.

Since it’s a waterborne disease we also encourage boiling of water all times so that it won’t spread.

Typhoid is a waterborne disease which has afflicted Harare residents from time to time especially those living in high-density suburbs such as Glen View and Budiriro.

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In 2018, from the two suburbs, it killed 25 people and about 3000 cases were reported while last year it claimed 49 lives.

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