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Cholera kills at least seven in Haiti as disease returns

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The disease killed some 10,000 people through a 2010 outbreak that has been blamed on a U.N. peacekeeping force. The Pan American Health Organization in 2020 said Haiti had gone a year with no confirmed cholera cases. Many hospitals have shut down or scaled back operations for lack of fuel to power generators.
2 months ago·P A P, Haiti

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Cholera Disease Returns: At Least 7 Killed in Haiti Amid Drinking Water Shortage

The Health Ministry earlier confirmed one case in the Port-au-Prince area and that there were suspect cases in the town of Cite Soleil outside the capital, which was the site of vicious gang turf wars in July.

2 months ago·India
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Cholera kills at least seven in Haiti as disease returns

By Harold Isaac and Brian Ellsworth PORT-AU-PRINCE -Haiti on Sunday said at least seven people have died of cholera in a surprise return of the disease that comes as the nation is paralyzed by a gang blockade that has triggered shortages of fuel and clean drinking water. The disease killed some 10,000 people through a 2010 outbreak that has been blamed on a United Nations peacekeeping

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Haiti reports cholera deaths for first time in 3 years

Haiti’s government says at least eight people have died from cholera for the first time in three years, raising concerns about a potentially rapid spreading scenario and reviving memories of

2 months ago·United States
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Haiti reports cholera deaths for first time in 3 years

Haiti’s government says at least eight people have died from cholera for the first time in three years, raising concerns about a potentially rapid spreading scenario and reviving memories of an epidemic that killed nearly 10,000 people a decade ago

2 months ago·United States
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Haiti reports cholera deaths for first time in 3 years, 7 dead

The disease is typically spread by water contaminated with the feces of a sick person, meaning that clean drinking water is critical for preventing its spread.

2 months ago·New Delhi, India
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Cholera kills at least seven in Haiti as disease returns

Haiti on Sunday said at least seven people have died of cholera in a surprise return of the disease that comes as the nation is paralyzed by a gang blockade that has triggered shortages of fuel and clean drinking water.

2 months ago·Malaysia
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