Kenyan Governor Bans Eating, Selling Raw Food After Cholera Outbreak In Nairobi’s Kibera Slum

International Business Times: Kenya Cholera Outbreak 2015: Nairobi Bans Raw Food, Hawking To Contain Spread Of Water-Borne Illness In Kibera Slum
“A Kenyan governor has banned eating raw food and shuttered businesses that sell food from residences in and around Nairobi after a deadly cholera outbreak in the city’s Kibera slum. Eight people from Kibera have died from the bacterial disease and about 100 others were hospitalized Friday, local reports said…” (Winsor, 5/8).

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