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KANO GOVERNMENT ADVICES RESIDENTS AGAINST DRINKING RAINWATER TO PREVENT CHOLERA OUTBREAK

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KANO GOVERNMENT ADVICES RESIDENTS AGAINST DRINKING RAINWATER TO PREVENT CHOLERA OUTBREAK                                                                                                22-06-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                               The Kano State Government has advised residents to avoid drinking rainwater for now to prevent the spread of cholera, a seasonal disease that occurs annually during the rainy season.

According to a statement by the Ministry of Health, the advice is necessary due to the risk of cholera complications that arise during the rainy season, which some states in the country have already fallen victim to.

Residents are urged to examine what they consume, especially vegetables, fruits, and drinking water, and to purify rainwater using water treatment substances, including boiling and filtering before use.

The Commissioner of Health, Dr. Abubakar Yusuf, also emphasized the importance of washing vegetables and fruits thoroughly with clean water before consumption and reporting to the nearest health facility immediately if one falls ill.

The government assured that it will continue to prioritize the healthcare of its citizens and urged residents to take preventive measures to safeguard themselves against cholera and other illnesses.

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