One person has been confirmed infected with Cholera, a deadly pandemic in the South West region.
According to a press release signed by Doctor Ngund Mathias from the Buea health district, he said there is out break of cholera in the district since January 29.
The medical practitioner has said laboratory tests have confirmed one positive case amongst the suspected cases on January 31.
Doctor Ngund has warned the population to avoid eating food from the roadsides, carefully wash hands before and after using the toilet.
To note is that this is not the first time cases of the pandemic are being traced in Cameroon.
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