U.N.-Supported Cholera Vaccination Teams Reach More Than 729K In Haitian Areas Hit Hard By Hurricane Matthew

U.N. News Centre: More than 729,000 Haitians vaccinated against cholera in U.N.-supported campaign
“A Pan American Health Organization (PAHO)/United Nations World Health Organization (WHO)-backed vaccination campaign has reached more than 729,000 people in Haiti’s areas devastated by Hurricane Matthew, which hit the country last month, the health agencies said. According to the agencies, Ministry of Health vaccination teams supported by PAHO/WHO and a number of other partners have covered about 94 percent and 90 percent of its targets in Grand’Anse and Sud respectively…” (11/22).

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