Mozambican health authorities announced on Monday in Maputo that cases of cholera reported in the country are dropping with around 200 cases registered last week against 360 from the week before.

choleraBenigna Matsinhe, Deputy Public Health Director of Mozambique, said in a press conference that the new cases of cholera registered in the country are isolated and this is a reason of satisfaction noticing the reduction of cases.

“At the moment, we can affirm that the disease is not in the phase of dissemination which means, the focuses of the disease are reducing,” said Matshine.

The current cholera outbreak in Mozambique has claimed two lives out of more than 1,200 confirmed cases. Enditem

Source: Xinhua/