Typhoid fever cases no cause for alarm

29 January 2016 - 02:36 By TMG Digital and Katharine Child

The Western Cape department of health yesterday confirmed three cases of typhoid fever in the province this month. There have been six cases of typhoid fever in Gauteng in January and all appear to be unrelated.The National Institute for Communicable Disease has urged South Africans not to become overly concerned about typhoid fever.

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