Nearly 3K Cholera Cases Recorded In War-Torn South Sudan Since July, WHO Reports
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Cholera cases in S. Sudan spike, outbreak spreads to Unity state — U.N.
“Nearly 3,000 people in war-torn South Sudan have contracted cholera since July, the World Health Organization reported on Tuesday, warning that the outbreak had now spread to a region where conflict is hampering efforts to tackle the deadly disease…” (Mis, 11/8).
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