The World Health Organization (WHO) reports outbreaks of dengue fever and chikungunya in Kenya.
The outbreak has been reported in two Counties Mombasa and Mandera. The cases are spread from 2021 in both Counties. In Mandera the reported cases are from Mandera east sub county while in Mombasa, six subcounties (Nyali, Mvita, Kisauni, Nyali, Liikoni and Jomvu) have been affected. As of 23 February 2022, a total of 2,359 cases with two deaths have been reported.
Chikungunya outbreak has been reported in Wajir County, Tarbaj sub county in Kutulo village.A total of forty four (44) cases have been reported with two (2) confirmed cases. Case search in all health facilities, health education to the health care workers and the community is ongoing in the sub county.
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