Yemeni capital Sanaa declares a state of emergency after an outbreak of cholera
The Ministry of Health in Yemen declared a state of emergency health in the capital Sana'a today after increasing cases of cholera in various parts of the country.
According to the Ministry of Health data, the 8595 case is suspected of being infected with cholera, and until the evening of 14 May died Sunday, 115 people in 14 provinces Dhmha epidemic also has informal numbers to be double that.
In turn, Mohammed Salim bin Hafeez Health Minister said: The cholera epidemic exceeds the capabilities of any Mtaav health system, as it is being recorded between 500 to 600 cases of cholera by the Yemeni hospitals and health centers that have been set up hastily to cope with a pandemic of cholera, according to the spokesman of the Ministry of Health in Yemen Dr. Abdul Hakim, a senior Khawlaani number.
Hospitals in the capital Sanaa practically become unable to receive more cases where sat sick ground and corridors inside the hospital as a result of overcrowding, inadequate family, and the lack of solutions and treatments as required, and can from touring in a number of them that touches the scale of the disaster and suffering, according to the Ministry of Health, the a number of provinces is approaching a situation similar to what experienced capital Sanaa to hand that all regions, areas hit by the cholera epidemic.
According to the spokesman of the Ministry of Health , Dr. Abdul Hakim Khawlaani for "channel march", the President of the Political Council Saleh Alsmad briefed during a meeting with leaders of the Ministry of Health in the capital Sanaa on this difficult situation of the Ministry and the face by providing them with what is necessary to cope with the disease, and already the Ministry of Finance to supply the Ministry of Health by about 50 million Real in the context of the epidemic. saj