Sierra Leone To Vaccinate 500K People Against Cholera Following Deadly Mudslide

Thomson Reuters Foundation: After deadly mudslide, Sierra Leone vaccinates against cholera
“Sierra Leone will vaccinate half a million people against cholera as thousands risk infection in emergency shelters with limited access to clean water and sanitation, an official said three weeks after one of Africa’s worst mudslides…” (Lazareva, 9/6).

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