Something is in the water

With the easing of the Covid-19 pandemic, Kenya experienced the quiet disappearance of not only face masks but also a crucial element of public health: accessible wash areas. The absence of these facilities dealt a severe blow to hygiene practices, and the consequences were dire. As taps ran dry, and the production of soap and sanitizer declined, Kenya found itself grappling with a cholera outbreak of alarming proportions. As of July this year, Kenya has reported a staggering 11,181 cholera cases, resulting in 196 tragic deaths, equating to a case fatality rate of 1.7 percent. This alarming outbreak began on October 19, originating at a…

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