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Capital Abuja Acting Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr. Mohammed Kawu, in his statement, said 91 people were diagnosed with cholera in Abuja, and 7 people died from the epidemic.
Thus, the number of people who lost their lives due to the cholera epidemic in the country rose to 296.
Kawu said emergency drugs and medical supplies have been sent to areas where the disease has been observed.
Nearly 11,000 people have been diagnosed with cholera in Nigeria since January.
The inability to meet the country’s drinking water needs and the inability to provide immediate and effective medical intervention increases the risk of epidemic disease and death.
Epidemics such as malaria, polio, typhoid fever and monkey pox are common in Nigeria.
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