Mozambique's second cyclone exacerbates existing cholera, malaria 

A second cyclone hit Mozambique (and the Comoros Islands) at the end of April, this time to the north of the country, with the WHO African regional office advising that a ‘cholera outbreak has been reported in the town of Pemba and Mecufi district, northern Mozambique, with 14 cases confirmed. Pemba is particularly affected by endemic cholera and malaria is also prevalent.’ Read more.

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