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Five people have died in a suspected cholera outbreak in Glenview 3 and Budiriro in Harare over the last two days while 36 people who are suspected to be suffering from the cholera have been hospitalised at Beatrice Infectious Diseases hospital in Harare. A total of , 11 hospitalised people are confirmed cholera cases. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya.
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‘CHOLERA OUTBREAK 5 DEAD IN HARARE in a suspected cholera outbreak in Glenview 3 and Budiriro in Harare over the last two days while 36 hospitalised at Beatrice Infectious Diseases hospital, 11 hospitalised people are confirmed cholera cases.