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Mozambican health authorities in Cabo Degado say that the rumour circulating according to which the sector is not according cases of typhoid fever in the city of Pemba proper attention is false.
Radio Mozambique interviewed provincial chief doctor, Magide Sabune, who did not confirm any occurrence of typhoid fever in Pemba, but did acknowledge that there was a heightened probability of the bacteria that cause the disease developing as a result of poor sanitation following the passage of Cyclone Kenneth.
“I want to rule out any suggestion of death from typhoid in Cabo Delgado. And I also want to rule out the [accusation of] the possibility that the National Health Service is unprepared. There are therapeutic protocols in place,” he said.Source: Rádio Moçambique
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