JOHANNESBURG - The Limpopo Health Department is stressed over a spike in jungle fever diseases in the region.
The office has called upon occupants to stay ready after a flood in new cases as 406 diseases have been recorded lately and two individuals have kicked the bucket.
Authorities have raised worries about a potential resurgence in new cases, particularly as the stormy season draws near.
Wellbeing MEC Dr Phophi Ramathuba said: "Our anxiety was that from mid-October to and early November we multiplied the number from 206 to more than 400 inside about fourteen days. There are individuals locally zeroing in on regions that are hardest hit - Vhembe and Mopani. That is the place where we got such countless patients."
Jungle fever inclined networks have been encouraged to practice alert and quickly report any intestinal sickness related cases to the closest facility or medical services place.
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