Police Ban Public Assembly In Harare, Zimbabwe In Effort To Contain Cholera Outbreak

Al Jazeera: Public assembly banned in Zimbabwe capital amid cholera outbreak
“Authorities in Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare, banned public gatherings as part of efforts to contain a cholera outbreak that has killed 21 people over the past week…” (9/12).

VOA News: U.N.: Zimbabwe Cholera Outbreak Now a ‘Very Dire Situation’
“The United Nations says the cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe is a ‘very dire situation’ because there are now cases outside the country’s capital, where the government has declared a state of emergency…” (Mavhunga, 9/12).

Additional coverage of Zimbabwe’s cholera outbreak and response efforts is available from the Associated Press, Reuters, and Xinhua News.

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