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Jacaranda Hotel reopened after being declared cholera-free

Jacaranda Hotel has been reopened after being declared cholera-free.

Nairobi County deputy director of public health Jairus Musumba, declared that the facility had complied with set standards.

“It is hereby certified that that Jacaranda Hotel have complied with the minimum provisions of the Public Health Act read… with regards to recommendations issued on 17th July 2017,” wrote Musumba.


This certificate is only valid so long as the same status is maintained otherwise honour in default shall render null and void the validity of the certificate.”

Health Cabinet Secretary Cleopa Mailu, his counterparts Najib Balala (Tourism) and Sicily Kariuki (Youth and Gender) visited the facility. They enjoyed a meal at the facility.

Jacaranda was ordered closed alongside the San Valencia after a cholera outbreak was reported in Nairobi more than a week ago.

San Valencia is, however, still closed.