GENEVA (Reuters) - Yemen's cholera outbreak has infected 612,703 people and killed 2,048 since it began in April, and some districts are still reporting sharp rises in new cases, data from the World.. Reuters India
By Matthew Ponsford LONDON, Aug 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The majority of deaths from Yemen's cholera outbreak have occurred in rebel-controlled areas cut off from supplies due to airstrikes.. DNA
612,703 people have been killed and 2,048 have been infected since Yemen's cholera outbreak began in April.
Cholera is spread by contaminated food and water.
The epidemic has slowed in the past two.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Amid regional and sectarian infighting, Yemen is battling a cholera outbreak that has led to more than 500,000 suspected cases, according to the World Health Organization. Source: The Washington Post -
A dearth of clean water forces many residents to queue up and fill jerry cans from water trucks, in one of the worst recorded outbreaks of cholera in modern history. No reporter narration. Source: News Video Online -
A dearth of clean water forces many residents to queue up and fill jerry cans from water trucks, in one of the worst recorded outbreaks of cholera in modern history. No reporter narration. Source: Reuters Studio -
The United Nations World Food Programme called for an increase in humanitarian aid to Yemen on July 26, as the number of reported cases of cholera reached over 400,000.According to WFP, 1,900 cholera.. Source: Storyful Studio -
World Health Organization (WHO) has said the number of suspected cases of cholera resulting from an epidemic in war-torn Yemen has reached 500,000. It said at least 1,975 people have died since the.. All India Radio
GENEVA (Reuters) - More than half a million people in Yemen have been infected with cholera since the epidemic began four months ago and 1,975 people have died, the World Health Organization (WHO) said.. Reuters India Also reported by •DNA
Yemen's cholera outbreak is set to hit 400,000 cases on Tuesday but there are signs the three-month-old epidemic is slowing, according to World Health Organization data analysed by Reuters. DNA Also reported by •Reuters India
World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned that Yemen's cholera epidemic, is likely to worsen in the rainy season.UN Deputy spokesman Farhan Haq said the outbreak is far from being under control and.. All India Radio
Yemen's cholera outbreak is far from being controlled and may be further exacerbated by the rainy season, even if the rate of new cases appears to be slowing in some hotspots, the World Health.. DNA Also reported by •Reuters India
Top United Nations officials on Wednesday slammed the warring parties in Yemen and their international allies for fueling an unprecedented deadly cholera outbreak, driving millions closer to famine and.. DNA Also reported by •Reuters India
GENEVA (Reuters) - Yemen's growing cholera epidemic may accelerate looming famine, as limited resources are shifted away from malnutrition and other programs to try to contain the disease, the top U.N... Reuters India Also reported by •DNA