In Summary
  • Narok County Health minister Vivian Mpeti said health officials at the hospital received many patients who had diarrhoea and vomiting symptoms.

  • Ms Mpeti said 17 patients, who were admitted to hospital on Monday, are in stable condition.

Nine more patients were on Thursday admitted to Narok County Referral Hospital following a suspected cholera outbreak that has claimed two lives. 

The victims bring the number of patients receiving treatment at the  hospital to 26, two days after the outbreak was reported in Enookasuria and Olenguluo villages in Narok South Sub-County.

Narok County Health minister Vivian Mpeti said health officials at the hospital received many patients who had diarrhoea and vomiting symptoms.

The county health official said specimens will be taken to the government chemist for further analysis.

Ms Mpeti said 17 patients, who were admitted to hospital on Monday, are in stable condition.

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