Central African Republic: Cholera Outbreak - Oct 2011

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Past disaster
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EP-2011-000153-CAF

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At the beginning of September 2011, the first cases of cholera appeared in the Sékia Moté, Bokélo, Mondoli, Monza, Bokassi, Nzinga and Sedale villages. The government declared an epidemic on 30 Sept 2011, with 51 cases and 11 deaths registered. New cases of cholera continued to be registered until the middle of October, when the total number of cases stood at 172 and the number of deaths was 16. No new cholera case or death was registered since the last week of October. (IFRC, 25 Jun 2012)

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