Yemen's cholera outbreak kills over 300 people

The war has damaged the country's infrastructure, making conditions ripe for contamination.

    Cholera is making another comeback in Yemen.

    Suspected cases have doubled during the past month, with warm, wet weather, and a healthcare system that has been devastated by war, creating perfect conditions for the illness to spread.

    Al Jazeera's Katia Lopez-Hodayan reports.


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