Typhoid Cases Resurface in Zimbabwe's Capital

Several patients suffering from diarrhoea in Harare's Glen suburb, have tested positive for typhoid, a local non-governmental organisation has revealed. Rights groups have warned that the situation may worsen because of a shortage of clean drinking water in the area.

Typhoid is spread by eating or drinking food or water contaminated with the feces of an infected person.

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    The Herald, 26 February 2019

    Zimbabwe became the first country in Africa to vaccinate against typhoid yesterday when it rolled out a campaign in nine typhoid hotspots in Harare. Read more »


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