Cholera Still Spreading in Haiti, More Than 500 Dead

With all the river system in Haiti flooded, cholera is spreading. 501 people had died from the disease so far and more than 7,000 people have been infected.

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In the aftermath of hurricane Tomas, according to Time Magazine, cholera is another storm, invisible to weather radar, that is now gaining strength.

Dr. Claude Surena, a consultant for the Ministere De La Sante Publique says...

"With all the inundation and consequences of the hurricane, the [populace] can become more vulnerable. There are more and more people [ingesting] cholera [through contaminated water]. We must prepare ourselves for the worst"

Read the article "After Dodging Tropical Storm, Haiti Confronts Growing Cholera Threat" on


Is it likely that Cholera will be contained in Haiti without a radical change in sanitary conditions?

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Isaac J L says...

God knows why, if you believe in prayer do so may his mercy goes beyond all evil thought and deed grace say it again grace a quiet time to say grace with

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Yvette Duverge says...

My brothers and sisters keep praying.

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Enrique Bj says...

Thousands of Haitians are returning to the earthquake refugee camps after Hurricane Tomas forced evacuations.

Haiti, which has still not recovered from January's devastating earthquake, may now face another potential disaster.

Officials in Haiti have said that a river that has been a source of a cholera epidemic is expected to overflow.

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