Thirty people were on Friday treated for cholera in Siaya and Vihiga counties.
In Siaya’s Ugunja Sub-County, 24 people were admitted following a second cholera outbreak in less than a month.
Three children and a similar number of adults were treated for the disease in three hospitals in neighbouring Vihiga County.
So far, 146 cases have been reported in Siaya since May last year, a situation health officials blame on poor hygiene, eating of poorly cooked food at funerals and lack of latrines in many households.
According to Dr Bernard Onguche of Ambira Sub-District Hospital in Siaya, 10 patients were admitted at Ligega Health Centre, seven at Sigomere dispensary while others were taken to Ambira Sub-District Hospital.
Dr Onguche said: “We had a cholera outbreak barely three weeks ago but this time it has moved to Ligega and Sigomere, which are far apart.”