Cholera may be staying in Haiti permanently... Are you Serious?
BAD News... WORSE News... It looks like Cholera is here to stay in Haiti... According to Dr. Glenn Morris, director of the Emerging Pathogens Institute at the University of Florida, the strain of cholera imported into Haiti by United Nations MINUSTAH soldiers from Nepal may be staying in Haiti permanently.
Haiti cholera superstition
Permanently? What do you mean PERMANENTLY???
The good doctor says: "What we find is the bacteria does appear to be taking up residence within the environment .That means what we are seeing is not a one-shot thing, but something that will keep happening."
So... Sa vle di CHOLERA pa janm kite Haiti?
Basically, that's what Dr. Morris is saying...
What do you think about this?
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All Comments (6)
I always ask my self if the minustah really is the subject of Cholera.They said that they throw their feces in the river which contaminate the rivers of gonaive if I remember well.How do you explain people who lives in other department of the country can be affected, people who lives in Carrefour don't drink from
God's will, purpose, word and power all surpass what men say. We might turn our back from God but He will never punished us so bad that we have to be dealing with a chronic and endemic sickness that will never go away. We Haitians are God's children as well. Prayer can turn all evil, cholera or
Tout tan Haitien ap plede bwe dlo riviere Cholera fe komanse tuye moun. Ou pa remake ke bo dlo rivere sa yo moun province jete fatra?
tout dlo lapli ki sot nan vil yo al tonbe nan riviere, epi tout au long rivere yo malere ap pran menm dlo saa pou fe manje, oswa
One possible answer is because cholera is a disease of poverty.
Haitians in majority are poor and lack access to safe and clean water.
It is sad to see this disease imported to Haiti and those who import it refuse to do anything to control
A big FAT thank you to all the Haitian politicians who contributed to CHAOS in Haiti thereby giving the United Nations the green light to bring a CHOLERA into Haiti...
Y'all keep on fighting, let's see what else they bring with their peacekeeping
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