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mary anne mercer 15h
A dubious honor... the crisis in is not a global world record.
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Amelia McKitterick Jun 20
Happy , all! If you’re interested in the co-evolution of and epidemic , be sure to come to my talk on Monday at 9:45am in Movers and Shakers: How Bacteriophages Influence Health and disease (S387)
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Derek Flaig May 30
The liberal regime of California has given birth to medieval diseases like & . This is why we need the wall. , anyone?
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OMSMocambique Jun 19
2nd round of vaccination launches today in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique targeting over 285 000 people for oral cholera vaccine
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محمدالحجيلي 🇾🇪 Apr 20
In 2018 more than 92 NGOs have received more than $2 billion for working in in food, , sustainable development & emergency response projects to help Yemenis to get rid famine, poverty & diseases But most of those project not real & alot of those Orgs didn't do
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Maha Nagi Apr 20
Oxfam: In the last two weeks of March, around 2,500 suspected cases were being reported every day, up from around 1,000 a day in February. That is more than 10 times higher than the number of reported cases and associated deaths during the same period in 2018.
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Odipo Dev May 7
In 1971, had its first reported case of cholera. In 2019, five counties are already grappling with a outbreak. How has the country been unable to contain cholera after 48 years of multiple outbreaks?
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Fatik Al-Rodaini Jun 10
outbreak epidemic in spreads everywhere as hospitals are full of patients. At least 80000 people have been infected during the last 2 months and 102 people have died. Since April 2017 cholera has infected more than1 million people & nearly 3000 registered deaths.
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WHO Somalia Jun 27
Health authorities, with support from and key partners, is working to stop recurring outbreaks and to in Somalia. Watch this video to learn more about the situation regarding in Somalia.
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Seth Berkley Jul 8
There have been 440,000 suspected cases in Yemen so far this year. In fragile situations like this, where significant improvements to water & sanitation systems are just not viable, rapid solutions like vaccination can be even more critical.
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Ahmad Algohbary Jul 9
The humanitarian situation in is rapidly turning into a tragedy. 90,000 children have died from extreme hunger and preventable diseases such as . All efforts must be taken to ensure that civilians and infrastructure are protected & spared from the ongoing violence.
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Ahmad Algohbary Jun 11
The health system in is in a state of collapse. Nearly 400 hospitals and medical facilities were destroyed during the 4 years of Saudi-led coalition bombardment and siege. Diseases and epidemics such as and diphtheria are spreading like a wildfire.
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Free Nazanin Jul 8
Yemen: cases so far this year outstrip 2018 figures. Save the Children says 439,812 suspected cases recorded this year and at least 193 children have died 💔
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Pike Grey 1914-1918 Jun 10
Cholera vaccination of men of Honvéd Infantry Regiment No.309 in a trench near Sokolow, 1915. Cholera was one of the most deadly of the so-called "army epidemics" and claimed many lives.
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UNICEF Yemen 16h
In , we continue our integrated cholera response with 500,000 new doses of vaccines delivered to . These vaccines will be used to vaccinate half million people in 2nd round of Oral Cholera Vaccination campaign in high-risk districts.
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News2Tor Apr 27
The cases with exceeded 236,550 infected/suspicious cases since the beginning of 2019. More than 100,000 suspected cases of cholera have been reported among under the age of 15. - alliance siege is the primary reason of this spreading. April 27
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PhagePro Jun 3
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NCDC 22h
Our guide on Preparedness & Response to Acute Watery Diarrhoea Outbreaks provides clear guidance to health care workers and authorities involved in patient care and management, as well as the public health response to outbreaks in . Link:
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Elisabeth Kendall Jul 18
Grim briefing to UN Security Council today -Conditions worsening -UN plan only 34% funded -Programs suspended: 7000 more kids risk immediate death; on rise -Both sides (esp Houthis) impeding aid -Over 30 active front lines, including in despite ceasefire
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Russian Mission UN Jul 18
: Millions of |is're starving, have no access to the required medical services&supplies, are in a dire need of assistance. A epidemic's surged the country. The situation deteriorates day-to-day and approaches the point of no return.
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