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Cholera is normally transmitted by drinking water but also by meals that were contaminated by unclean drinking water, the news support writes. It causes critical diarrhoea and vomiting, resulting in dehydration. With a brief incubation period, it can be fatal if not treated in time, AFP writes click here . According to Chaignat, the WHO has recorded 2,849 situations in Cameroon, including 222 deaths since Might and 837 cases of the condition in the north of Nigeria since mid-June, including 30 deaths, the news service reports.6 % in Nigeria and 7.0 % threshold that is tolerated, Chaignat said. reviews on the updated cholera survey in Nigeria and examines the recent appeal by Chukwu to state governors to improve their investment to combat cholera.