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    The number of people suffering from cholera in Yemen exceeds half a million

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    The number of people suffering from cholera in Yemen exceeds half a million Empty The number of people suffering from cholera in Yemen exceeds half a million

    Post by Rocky Tue 15 Aug 2017, 1:31 am

    The number of people suffering from cholera in Yemen exceeds half a million

    Arab and international  Since 2017-08-15 at 08:39 (Baghdad time)

    Follow-up Mawazine News
    The World Health Organization (WHO) said Monday that more than half a million cases of cholera in Yemen have died and about 2,000 people have died from the epidemic.
    "There are 503,484 possible cases and 1975 deaths related to the outbreak of the epidemic, four months ago, in the war-torn country," said a WHO report, which provides an overview of the health situation in Yemen.
    The report pointed out that the cholera epidemic in Yemen is the largest epidemics prevalent in the world.
    "The speed of the epidemic has declined significantly since the beginning of July," the UN agency said, but warned that "the water-borne epidemic still affects 5,000 people a day."
    Yemen has been hit by a cholera epidemic for several reasons, including the lack of clean drinking water for some 3 million people forced to flee their homes because of ongoing clashes in the country for nearly two years. "Health workers in Yemen are working in impossible conditions," said Tidros, the undersecretary general of Global Health.
    The International Committee of the Red Cross has warned that the number of cholera cases in Yemen will exceed 600 thousand by the end of this year.


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