Zimbabwe diary: Fighting cholera

by BBC News

More than 3,300 people have died from the worst outbreak of cholera in Zimbabwe’s history, which has infected nearly 66,000 people.The epidemic has been fuelled by the country’s economic meltdown, which has led to the collapse of the country’s water, health and sanitation systems.

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