Mozambique Officials Declare Cholera Outbreak In Wake Of Cyclone Kenneth

Reuters: Cholera outbreak declared in cyclone-hit northern Mozambique
“Officials declared a cholera outbreak in northern Mozambique on Thursday, a week after cyclone winds, floods, and heavy rains hit the area. … Fourteen cases of cholera have been detected…” (Rumney/Heiberg, 5/2).

Additional coverage of the cyclone damage and resulting cholera outbreak in Mozambique is available from Associated Press and VOA News.

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