Cholera Outbreak in Syria Claim Lives

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At least 29 people have been killed due to a cholera outbreak in several regions of Syria.

A statement issued by Syrian health ministry revealed that rapid assessment testing confirmed 338 cases since the outbreak was first recorded last month.

Medical officials say, the highly contagious disease has also spread to the country’s Kurdish-held northeast and opposition areas in north and northwestern Syria, where millions have been displaced by the decade-old war in the country.

The United Nations described it as the worst outbreak in the war-torn country for years.

Written by: Helen Obih

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