Yemen – Cholera Outbreak, Current Tally, Over 100 People Dead So Far

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At least 115 people have been killed by an outbreak of cholera in the Yemeni capital Sanaa, according to the local Saba news agency. It comes after health authorities in the country declared a state of emergency and called for international help to avoid an “unprecedented disaster”. Patients spilled out of hospital rooms into hospital corridors…


 




 



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