Four Sabah districts hit by cholera outbreak, says state health director

KOTA KINABALU: A one-year-old baby is among 14 people hit by a cholera outbreak in four Sabah districts due to suspected contamination of water and food, with the reopening of almost all sectors.

Sabah Health Department director Datuk Dr Christina Rundi said that 10 cases were reported in Kota Kinabalu, two in Putatan, one each in Tuaran and Semporna between May 29 and June 25.

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