22 Mar 2018 Zambia

As of 16 March 2018, a total of 4,876 cases (67 confirmed) with 97 deaths have been reported since October 2017. The majority of cases and deaths have been reported in Lusaka.

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01 Feb 2018 Zambia

As of 26 January 2018, a total of 3,635 cases with 78 deaths have been reported since October 2017. The majority of cases and deaths have been reported in Lusaka.

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12 Jan 2018 Zambia

As of 12 January 2018, a total of 2,672 cases with 63 deaths have been reported since October 2017. The majority of cases and deaths have been reported in Lusaka.

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04 Jan 2018 Lusaka. Zambia

As of 29 December 2017, a total of 1,317 cases with 35 deaths have been reported in Lusaka between 4 October and 26 December 2017.

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20 Dec 2017 Lusaka. Zambia

Between 4 October and 12 December 2017, a total of 709 cases have been reported (238 confirmed) with 21 deaths. The outbreak is no longer localised to Lusaka district, but has spread to other districts in the province including: Chongwe, Ndola, Rufunsa, Kapiri Mposhi and Shibuyunji. However, 99%, of the cases originate from 21 townships of Lusaka District.

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12 Dec 2017 Lusaka. Zambia

As of 11 December 2017, a total of 547 cases (283 confirmed) with 15 deaths have been reported in Lusaka between 28 September and 7 December 2017.

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06 Dec 2017 Lusaka. Zambia

Between 28 October and 29 November 2017, a cumulative total of 389 cases (10 deaths) have been reported. The outbreak, initially localized to the western side of Lusaka city, has spread to the eastern side, with six subdistricts currently affected, namely: Chipata, Kanyama, Chawama, Matero, Chilenje, and Chelston. As of 29 November, 230 specimens have tested positive for cholera and 53 isolates cultured Vibrio cholerae O1 Ogawa. WHO state the situation is likely to worsen with the ongoing rainy season, resulting in further contamination of water sources.

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25 Oct 2017 Lusaka. Zambia

As of 20 October 2017, a total of 125 suspected and 59 confirmed cholera cases, with two deaths, have been reported.

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