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Microbes&Infection Aug 1
1000s in Yemen could be dying from , with people "too frightened" to seek treatment in health facilities overwhelmed by . cases expected to peak soon, with heavy rains in August likely to deepen "hidden cholera crisis".
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Christopher S Rose May 25
"A Tale of Two Contagions: , , and the 1883 in " - a article I wrote for that's *not* about the Spanish flu!
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Microbes&Infection Jul 10
A outbreak has sickened >983 people & killed >45 in Cameroon since January. Health officials blamed outbreak for difficulties to access portable water sources, noncompliance w/ hygiene measures & absence of latrines especially in rural areas.
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Dr. Paul van den Brink Apr 29
If we compare (1855-1900) exceptional 1884 map of the spread of the in Europe with the uninspired GIS maps that roll out of computers today, it is hard to deny that has lost much of its original imagination and powerful visualization
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The Lancet Global Health Jul 23
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Philip Alston Apr 30
More than three years after the acknowledged its responsibility to the victims of the epidemic in , it has failed to deliver justice. I am joining twelve other UN experts in calling on Secretary General to take action.
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Neil Singh Apr 30
My article on the other pandemic, cholera, and why we must not repeat the same mistakes in our fight against My first piece in the ⁦⁩ ⁦
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JHIDDynamics Jul 31
Fantastic work by and colleagues discussing control in Haiti through vaccination campaigns, featuring the first ever Haitian Creole-written abstract for
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Dr Hussein Mohamed Dahir Jul 21
The Ministry of Health of South West State that strengthening and enhancing public health. They distributed 26 Families, MCHs, Central prison, Mental Hospital and IDPs in Baidoa District. To give them hygiene materials to combat the spread of and /.
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Tathagata Neogi, PhD 🏳️‍🌈 Jun 27
Daily washing of streets of Central and North was initiated by the government in the 1870s to keep away outbreaks of & that swept the city frequently & killed a lot of people. This ritual still continues, but only in the Municipal HQ area!
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Microbes&Infection Jul 29
1000s of people in Yemen could be dying from undetected because has overwhelmed the country's health facilities. cases will likely peak in coming weeks when heaviest rains are expected which could deepen the cholera crisis.
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Oxfam Yemen Jul 5
As in many areas in , most water supply schemes in Al-Shamayateen district are over 20 years old. Many are out of service and unable to pump water, leaving many people at risk of infections like and .
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Priti Patnaik May 6
The impact of on the public health responses to other diseases My analysis for
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Donatella Rovera Jul 28
Thousands of people in could be dying undetected from , as even those who could reach facilities (many cannot) avoid them for fear of . Both diseases are spreading and are set to peak in the coming weeks. - -
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CARE in Yemen May 13
As Yemen suffers both from & CARE is continuing with hygiene promotion which is essential in battling these deadly illnesses. Malak from is shown by a CARE staff member how to correctly wash her hands & spread the message in her community.
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Oxfam Yemen Jul 28
Thousands of people in Yemen could be dying from undetected cases of because has overwhelmed the country’s health facilities and people are too frightened to seek treatment for fear of the virus. More here:
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Alfredo Morabia Jun 15
My 2nd history paper in 5y since :-) "PANDEMICS AND METHODOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN EPIDEMIOLOGY HISTORY". I review the , , , , , . Pdf + :
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NCDC Jun 7
Ensuring is key in the prevention of infectious diseases like & ensuring hygienic practices in the preparation, storage & consumption of food Pls wear a mask & practice physical distancing when visiting food markets
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andrewazman Jul 22
Let's not forget about other important diseases like and effective tools already available like oral cholera . Achieving coordinated national immunity and cholera elimination in Haiti through vaccination.
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Fatima Alasrar May 7
You know what else is threatening stability in ? Mosquitos! This funny guy talks about a mosquito infestation in , which is causing diseases incl. . This on top of possibility of a & outbreak is bound to create political unrest.
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