Zambia reopens schools after cholera outbreak

Schools, churches and markets in Zambia are reopening three weeks after the government introduced emergency measures to contain a deadly cholera outbreak.

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    Schools, churches and markets in Zambia are reopening three weeks after the government introduced emergency measures to contain a cholera outbreak. At least 74 people have died of the disease since September last year.

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.


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