Cholera has claimed more than 200 victims in Kenya. Health officials in Nairobi say that it has been almost two months since the first death was reported.
The bacterial infection has now spread to the Lake Victoria port of Kisumu, Kenya's third-largest town, said Kominic Mutie, disease control officer with the World Health Organization.
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