Why cholera is spreading so quickly in Haiti
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The rapid spread of cholera in Haiti comes as the nation is paralyzed by a gang blockade that has triggered shortages of fuel and clean drinking water.
Fiammetta Cappellini talks about the urgent need of medical care in the nation.
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