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JKUAT students warned to avoid chips, salads over cholera fears.

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology has warned its students against a possible cholera outbreak.

JKUAT chief medical officer R W Mumo said in an internal memo dated November 29 that several cases have been reported in Juja in Kiambu.

The university has a population of more than 5,000 students.

Students have been urged to maintain cleanliness and report any suspected cases.

'We expect strict hand washing before handling food. The students should drink only boiled water,' Mumo said in the memo on Friday.

The school has also told the students to avoid hawked food such as cut fries, salads and juices.

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Publication:The Star (Nairobi, Kenya)
Date:Nov 30, 2018
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