More Suspected Cholera Cases Reported In Yemen So Far In 2019 Than All Of Last Year, Save The Children Warns

The Independent: Yemen cholera outbreak hits over 200,000 children in 2019, charities warn
“Hundreds of thousands of children have been infected with suspected cholera in Yemen in the first six months of 2019 and the death toll is set to soar as the rainy season begins, aid groups warn. There have been 440,000 suspected cholera cases reported in the civil war hit nation in 2019, already eclipsing the total of the previous year, the charity Save the Children said…” (Matthews-King, 7/7).

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