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Cholera Outbreak in Syria Reaching Turkish Border


A cholera outbreak that started in Syria’s Aleppo province has spread throughout the war-torn country’s northwest and reached the Turkish border. The first case was confirmed on Sept. 19 in Jarablus, under control of Turkey-backed Syrian opposition groups. At least 169 cases and 18 deaths have been registered between August 25 and Sept. 30 in northwest Syria, ReliefWeb reported citing the United Nations’ EWARN. Shortages in water and hygiene supplies have exacerbated the cases, the humanitarian network said. Northern Syria in general has been having issues receiving supplies or humanitarian aid due to issues at border crossings. Estimates of cholera-related…

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