Cholera cases increasing again during the recurrent rains

Another peak in reported cholera cases has occurred during recurrent rains in September-October. Cholera is now reported from all districts of Douala. During a rainy period in March and April, the numbers of reported cases grew to an average of 120 per week. At present, the number of cases has risen again to more than 400 cases per week.

Travellers in Camerron should be aware of the risk of exposure to cholera and take all necessary precautions to avoid consuming contaminated food and water.

Visit our Health Library for more information on exposure to and the prevention of Cholera.

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