Although it is widely believed thatÂ Vibrio choleraeÂ is a human pathogen, implying that human beings serve as the natural host, it has the capacity to persist and survive in the absence of a human host either as a free-living bacterium in natural aquatic environments (particularly in river mouths and estuaries) or in association with zooplankton (Akoachere et al 2013).
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