Kathmandu – Seven cholera patients have been found in the Kathmandu Valley. Five people infected with cholera are now being treated at Sukraj Tropical Transplant Disease Hospital Tecu. Manisha Rawal, director of Tecu Hospital, suggested that because of the high mortality rate of cholera, there was a need to pay attention to diet, only boil water, and pay attention to personal hygiene.
Director Rawl also urged that the cholera is like a bushfire – if the hellish direction – like the intersection – is consistent and that the muscles are in pain and go to the hospital immediately. Although cholera was first seen in Baghwazar in Kathmandu, cholera has now been confirmed in the epidemic in Copenhagen, Balaju, Bohoratar, Balkh, Sanepa, and Delhi. The General Assembly has requested everyone to be vigilant about that, saying cholera can spread and not to drink only boiling water and eating steamy rotten foods.
The Epidemiology and Disease Control Agency has indicated that the first cholera was found Sunday in the two sisters of Baghwazar, who were sick after eating a spoon on Thursday last week.