Health & Environmental

UN: 138 dead after cholera outbreak in Haiti

“A fast-moving cholera outbreak north of the Haitian capital has killed at least 138 people, a U.N. official said Friday.

Another 1,526 cases are also part of the outbreak, said Imogen Wall, the U.N. humanitarian spokeswoman in Haiti. All the cases have been reported in the Lower Artibonite region, north of Port-au-Prince, she said.

‘This is a situation that’s developed very quickly. It’s only been 48 hours and we’ve already got 138 deaths confirmed,’ Wall told CNN.”

(Source: UN: 138 dead after cholera outbreak in Haiti – CNN.com)

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