Haiti Progress Slow But ……..

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

Haiti: As of March 9 and since the outbreak began last October,  there have been 258,084 Cholera cases, 138,946 Cholera hospitalizations, and 4,717 Cholera deaths. And some researchers are predicting that the number of Cholera cases by next November is likely to be double the UN forecast: 800,000, close to 10 percent of the country’s population.

Now that Cholera is a nationwide epidemic in Haiti, studies show that clean water and hygiene education measures are likely to be more effective at reducing Cholera’s residual progression in the country than a vaccination campaign. See http://scienceblogs.com/thepumphandle/2011/02/clean_water_and_education_coul.php

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