There are numerous Kenyans living throughout the nation in various regions. Most Kenyans struggle to obtain clean water due to the widespread drought that the country is currently experiencing. Additionally, some of them were admitted to hospitals after consuming contaminated water or food.
According to the source, new details have just emerged about the total number of students from Upper Hill School who have been admitted in hospital after consuming contaminated food. As per the latest updates shared by a well known source this hour, it has been revealed that, 16 students are currently at hospital receiving treatment after showing signs of cholera. It has Emerged that, 60 students from the said school, started complaining about stomach problems and vomiting when they were rushed to hospital. It has been revealed that, they said student consumed beans, rice and meat before they started complaining.
This just come in after several Kenyans have been struggling to get clean water due to drought being witnessed in the country.
Let us come together and wish them quick recovery to those students who are currently in South B hospital and Savannah Hospital.
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