Cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe suspected of killing more than 150, leaving many terrified
Cholera, the virulent bacterial disease is killing the young and the old in the southern African country of Zimbabwe, with health authorities reporting more than 150 suspected deaths and over 8,000 suspected cases since February. Many like Mangosho, 50, fear their family might be next. Cholera is a water-borne disease caused by ingesting contaminated food or water and can kill within hours if left untreated, yet it is usually easily treated by r…
A cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe is suspected of killing more than 150 and is leaving many terrified
These days, Catherine Mangosho locks her 3-year-old grandson in the house for hours on end in an attempt to shield him from a deadly cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe.
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