One person has died as a result of cholera, with 73 others infected in Homa Bay.
This comes just days after healthcare officials in Homa Bay County confirmed an alarming spike in cholera cases.
A similar pattern is being observed in Kirinyaga County, with health officials on high alert. To prevent the spread of the disease, public health officials are urging residents to prioritise personal hygiene, drink safe water, and practise proper sanitation practises.
Cholera, an infectious disease, is common during the rainy season, particularly in areas with inadequate sanitation.