From APA:

The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported 2,200 deaths from cholera since the outbreak began April 27th. 926,187 suspected cases have been reported. The outbreak has affected all of Yemen’s provinces except for the island of Socotra.

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A Yemeni father carries his child suspected of being infected with cholera, as he waits to be seen at a hospital in the Yemeni coastal city of Hodeidah on November 5, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ABDO HYDER (Photo credit should read ABDO HYDER/AFP/Getty Images)

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A Yemeni child suspected of having cholera is treated at a hospital in the Yemeni coastal city of Hodeidah on 5 November 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ABDO HYDER (Photo credit should read ABDO HYDER/AFP/Getty Images)

For more information on the cholera outbreak in Yemen, see my blog’s health category.

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