Disease strikes drought struck Tuvalu
Thirty new cases of water born disease have been confirmed in Tuvalu as the country's water crisis deepens.
Authorities have confirmed that the outbreak is due to the current drought and poor quality drinking water.
A state of emergency was declared in Tuvalu last week after it emerged water storage's will be empty in a matter of days.
Presenter: Kate McPherson
Speaker: Olioliga Iosua, Permanent Secretary in Tuvalu's Ministry of Public Utilities
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