No cholera cases in Oman
Muscat, June 26, 2007
No cases of cholera or epidemic outbreak have been reported in Oman after killer cyclone Gonu struck the country.
Oman health ministry said it was taking all precautionary measures to tackle the infectious diseases.
Dr Ali bin Ja’far bin Mohammed, advisor to the Health Ministry (health affairs) said the ministry was boosting its preparedness for infectious diseases besides strengthening its monitoring system.
He also underlined the need for epidemic monitoring especially after the Gonu crisis.
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