13 Jul 2017 South Sudan

As of 2 July 2017, a total of 17,242 cases with 320 deaths have been reported in the White Nile Valley this year. Active transmission currently reported in counties of Tonj East, Juba, Lankien, Pieri, Panyijar, Yirol East, Yirol West, Kapoeta East, Kapoeta South, and Kapoeta North.

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Food and water-borne

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04 Jul 2017 South Sudan

As of 18 June 2017, the cumulative total since the start of the current outbreak on 18 June 2016 is 11,210 cases (189 deaths).

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Food and water-borne

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10 May 2017 South Sudan

As of 28 April 2017, a total of 7,386 cases with 243 deaths have been reported in the White Nile Valley this year. Active transmission currently reported in counties of Yirol East, Yirol West, Awerial, Duk, Ayod, Fangak, Pigi, Kodok, and Mayom.

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Food and water-borne

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10 Apr 2017 South Sudan

As of 7 April 2017, a total of 5,955 cases with 146 deaths have been reported from 14 counties in 9 states on 1 April 2017.

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Food and water-borne

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23 Feb 2017 South Sudan

As of 15 February 2017, a total of 4,935 cases with 97 deaths have been reported in the White Nile Valley since June 2016. A total of 74 new cases have been reported in the past two weeks from six counties: Bor South (Jonglei), Awerial (Lakes), Rubkona (Unity), Mayendit (Unity), Yirol (Lakes) and Juba (Central Equatoria).

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Food and water-borne

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29 Dec 2016 South Sudan

As of 22 Dec 2016, a total of 3,708 cases with 64 deaths have been reported across nine states since June 2016. New cases were only reported in Northern Liech (134 cases), Southern Liech (9), and Eastern Lakes (2) between 12 and 18 December 2016.

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Food and water-borne

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15 Nov 2016 South Sudan

As of 3 November 2016, a total of 2,904 cases have been reported across Imatong, Eastern Lakes, Jubek, Terekeka, Jonglei, Western Bieh, Northern Liech, Southern Liech, Eastern Nile since 22 September 2016. Suspected cases are also being reported in Mayendit and Ayod. The majority of cases have been reported in Jubek (1,963).

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25 Oct 2016 South Sudan

As of 14 October 2016, a total of 2,539 cases with 38 deaths have been reported. Public health interventions have focussed on Juba and Torit, although cases are also reported from Niumule, Awerial, and Bentiu.

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Food and water-borne

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03 Oct 2016 South Sudan

As of 24 September 2016, a total of 2,212 cases with 34 deaths have been reported in the counties of Juba (1,833 cases), Awerial (253), Duk (77), Pageri (27), Terekeka (20), and Fangak (2).

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Food and water-borne

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22 Aug 2016 South Sudan

As of 22 August 2016, cholera transmission in Juba has stabilised over the past three weeks, and the outbreak has been contained to Juba, Terekeka and Duk. Active transmission is currently limited to Juba. The cummulative case number has reached 1,236 with 23 deaths.

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Food and water-borne

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11 Aug 2016 South Sudan

As of 6 August, 883 cases and 22 deaths have been reported from three locations: Juba and Terekeka in Central Equatoria and the Duk Islands in Jonglei.

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Food and water-borne

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25 Jul 2016 South Sudan

As of 22 July 2016, the first cases have now been confirmed in an outbreak with 162 suspected cases including seven deaths. The cases were reported in Juba (133) and Jonglei (29).

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