Algeria_ The services of the wilaya of Blida have reassured, on Saturday, about the "potability" of water taps throughout the territory of the wilaya, saying that the drinking water supply system (AEP) is "Healthy" and there are no microbes likely to be behind the outbreak of this cholera epidemic.
" Analyzes are continuing at the Institut Pasteur to determine the causes of this epidemic ," said the head of cabinet wali Ait Ahmed Tahar, in a statement to APS, assuring that the AEP network is " salubr e" and does not include any microbes related to the cholera epidemic. The laboratory analyzes carried out by the Algerian Water Authority (ADE) and the Hydraulics Department confirmed the " salubrity " of the AEP network, he said. The official also shared preventive measures to stem the epidemic. He made reference to the wali's instructions regarding the ban on street vendors from exercising their activity, in order to avoid the sale of uncontrolled fruits and vegetables to citizens, together with a regular analysis of the water of a farmer. on the other hand, and the rate of chlorine in water
A water control at mosques and places of prayer is also recommended. Also, the crisis unit installed at the level of the wilaya sanitation office was responsible for taking care of all water leaks. At the level of care for patients received at the Boufarik hospital, the head of the wali's cabinet reported the availability of this facility " financial assistance to strengthen the doctors and resources necessary materials ". " The situation is under control and does not lend itself to anxiety, as some media organizations want to believe ," he added.