Iraq Takes Steps To Stem Cholera Outbreak In Abu Ghraib
Al Jazeera: Iraq tackles deadly cholera outbreak
“Iraq’s government has ordered daily water tests and other measures to try and contain an outbreak of cholera that has been blamed for the deaths of at least six people in a town west of the capital Baghdad…” (9/20).
Reuters: Iraq tries to contain cholera outbreak west of Baghdad
“…[At least six people have died of cholera] in the town of Abu Ghraib, about 25 km (15 miles) west of the capital, hospital sources said. At least 70 other cases were diagnosed in the area…” (Kalin, 9/19).
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