As of Tuesday October 11 there were 11 registered cases of cholera in Sana’a, Yemen’s capital. That number had risen from 3 only a few days before, on Friday the 7th. Officials said that all the cases were interconnected and hadn’t spread out of the capital. Full story from Reuters.

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But now a week later on Monday October 17 that number has risen to 340 reported cases in Taiz, Al-Hudaydah, Aden, Al Bayda, Lahj, and Sana’a. This most recent update can be found at Outbreak News Today.

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