U.N. Warns Of New Wave Of Cholera In War-Torn Yemen

Xinhua/New China: Feature: Fear of new cholera wave rising in war-torn Yemen
“Fear of a possible third deadly wave of cholera is rising in Yemen, as a public hospital in Sanaa is receiving over 60 suspected cases of the epidemic each day, mostly children. The United Nations humanitarian agencies have recorded more than 1.1 million suspected cases and more than 2,300 associated deaths since April last year, labeling the country with ‘the largest outbreak on record’…” (al-Azaki, 9/3).

Additional coverage of the humanitarian and health crises in Yemen is available from the Associated Press, IRIN, and PBS NewsHour.

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