Doctors struggle to contain cholera outbreak in Havana after 51 people are struck down with disease | Mail Online

Cuban authorities are scrambling to contain a cholera outbreak that has infected dozens of people in Havana, the capital city of 2.2 million residents and a popular tourism destination. The Health Ministry said the outbreak was first detected on January 6 and was being contained. ‘Fifty-one cases have been confirmed to date,’ the statement read, without mentioning fatalities. | Mail Online



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