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Haiti reports first death from cholera in three years

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Haiti reports first death from cholera in three years

Haiti reports firstสล็อต เกมส์ ไหนดี โบนัสแตกบ่อยdeath from cholera in three years Haiti's government announced that at least eight people had died from cholera on October 2. Causing concern about the situation of the epidemic that may occur quickly and relive the memories of a disease that killed nearly 10,000 people in the past decade.

Haiti's first case of cholera in three years occurred in a community south of Port-au-Prince. capital city of haiti and in seaside slums where thousands of people live in cramped and unsanitary conditions.

Lore Adrian, Haiti's director general of health, warned that Cholera is a disease that can spread very quickly. Meanwhile, food or water contaminated with cholera can cause severe diarrhea and dehydration, which can lead to death.

The United Nations said in a statement that working with the Haitian government to respond to emergencies of a potential epidemic It stressed that health workers need to be guaranteed safe access to areas where cases are reported.

Haiti is still full of chaos. The deaths occurred due to lack of fuel and ongoing protests. This caused the cessation of basic services across the country. including medical care and clean water That is the key to fighting cholera. and enable the patient to continue to live

Haiti Health Minister Alex Larsen said people had a right to protest. Instead, Haitians are asked to allow drinking water to enter neighborhoods that have been cut off due to roadblocks and protests. Because when people do not drink the treated water. This could increase the spread of cholera.

The last cholera outbreak in Haiti has infected more than 850,000 people in a country of 11,000,000, making it one of the deadliest outbreaks to be prevented.

UN peacekeepers from Nepal are accused of causing a cholera epidemic in Haiti in October 2010 through sewage that fell in the country's largest river. While Haiti has been declared a cholera-free country by the World Health Organization. After no new infections for three years in a row until death from the disease was reported again this time.

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