Cholera cases in Yemen may rise to 300,000 - UN

The UN warns there could be 300,000 cases of cholera in Yemen by the end of August. More than 1200 people have died since an outbreak was declared in April. Children account for half of the registered cases to date.

    The United Nations warns there could be 300,000 cases of cholera in Yemen by the end of August.

    More than 1200 people have died since an outbreak was declared in April. Children account for half of the registered cases to date.

    Al Jazeera’s Hoda Abdul Hamid explains


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