EC farmers warned of possibility of Rift Valley Fever

Humans also at risk, but no cases recorded in region so far

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The Eastern Cape department of rural development & agrarian reform is anticipating a fatal fever will hit livestock — and humans could be affected as well.

Rift Valley Fever occurs after a five to 10-year drought. The province is at risk because it has been in the clutches of a severe drought since 2015...

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