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Should COVID-19 reach the general population in Haiti the spread will be massive, 2 reasons why

PHOTO: Jour Marché - Devan Tribunal de Paix Fond-des-Negres Haiti... So far, we've been very lucky in Haiti because the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has not yet reached the general population. Here are 2 reasons why the spread of corona virus will be massive in Haiti should this virus reach the general population. more »

Confirmed cases of coronavirus in Haiti rise up to 15

Haiti Medical Alert There are now 15 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Haiti according to the latest government news released to the media. more »

Coronavirus : Is Haiti prepared? Where are we?

Haiti Medical Alert Many Haitians are wondering whether or not Haiti is prepared for a Coronavirus pandemic. Here is what we know so far and you need to read this. more »

VIDEO: Haiti Prime Minister talks about steps being taken to prepare for coronavirus in Haiti

Haiti Medical Alert Watch this video. Haitian prime minister ean Michel Lapin spoke to the media about what steps the government is taking in preparation coronavirus should it arrive in Haiti. more »

What if the coronavirus arrived in Haiti?

Haiti Medical Alert We all know what cholera did to Haiti when it arrived. But what if the scary Coronavirus landed in Haiti? What then? more »

Haiti Medical Crisis: Only 5 Hospitals in the entire country is open 24 hours a day

Hopital Universitaire De Mirebalais - Haiti Did you know? A survey conducted by St-Luc Hospital and the Maryland Medical Center revealed that only 5 hospitals in the entire country are able to provide appropriate medical coverage 24 hours a day. more »

Haiti Medical Crisis: ZERO Medical infrastructure in 122 Section Communales in Haiti, NO hospitals, not even a health clinic

Sophia Martelly - Hopital Bernard Mevs Did you know? Out of 570 communal sections in Haiti, 122 of them lack Health infrastructure. Tthat means no hospitals, no health clinics, no medical equipment, no Ambulance, not even a "bourèt" or a "bourik" to take someone to a hospital nearby if there is a medical emergency. more »