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Ukrainians should not go to Zimbabwe's capital city due to cholera outbreak

Foreign Ministry strongly recommends those already in this country to be extremely cautious
20:03, 13 September 2018

Reuters

Ukraine's foreign ministry recommends travelers not to go to Harare, the capital city of Zimbabwe. The reason is the outbreak of cholera in the city. The authority reported that on Thursday evening.

The ministry highly recommended those already in Zimbabwe to be extremely cautious and obey by the recommendations of local authorities and medical services. 

The Ukrainian authority also advises citizens to use 'DRUG', the applet developed by the ministry, in order to perform registration while traveling abroad.

Ten people deceased due to the outbreak of the disease; another 300 were taken to a hospital. This is due to the cholera outbreak caused by the poisoned water and the infection spreading moderately fast in Harare.

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