Cholera infection confirmed in 2 more people – Online Khabar

July 7, Kathmandu. Cholera has been confirmed in two more people being treated at Shukraraj Tropical and Communicable Diseases Hospital (Tekuma). According to hospital sources, cholera has been confirmed in people living in Sanepa and Sindhupalchowk.

The people living in Sanepa are running shops and are farmers in Sindhupalchowk.

Earlier, cholera was confirmed in two sisters living in Bagbazar.

The Epidemiology and Communicable Diseases Control Division is collecting samples from the Bagbazar area of ​​Kathmandu, an area where cholera has been confirmed. The EDCD has stated that it will collect samples of sewage, water and food in Bagbazar area.

Infectious disease specialist Dr. Teku Hospital. Sher Bahadur again indicates that cholera has spread in Kathmandu.

According to experts, since cholera spreads rapidly, it is considered to be seen in one person. ‘Cholera has entered Kathmandu. It is spreading slowly. Because the water or food there may have been eaten by others, ‘said Dr. Pun said, “Outbreak will happen in a few days.”

Cholera is a waterborne disease caused by a bacterium called Vibrio cholerae and is spread by consuming contaminated water or food. Symptoms last from one hour to five days after infection.

Symptoms of cholera include frequent passing of white water and rice grain-shaped mucus in the stool, excessive thin white stool-like stools, muscle spasms, vomiting, and fatigue.

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