One month since tsunami, health crisis persists in Palu

As Indonesia’s emergency response phase ends, life is back to normal in some areas. In others, much remains to be done.

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    An Indonesian city is facing a public health crisis - exactly a month after being devastated by an earthquake, followed by a tsunami.

    Torrential rain now threatens to spread malaria and dengue fever in Palu.

    More than 2,200 people died and tens of thousands have been left homeless by the disaster.

    Al Jazeera's Wayn Hay reports from Palu, Indonesia.


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