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More News From Haiti

MSF in Haiti

Since October 22, MSF has treated 16,500 people for suspected cholera in a total of 21 cholera treatment centers across the country.

Cases continue to remain high in the Artibonite region (11,500 cases total treated in MSF run or supported structures).

Cases also increasing in the northern cities of Cap Haitien, Port de Paix, and Gros Morne with MSF medical structures reporting an increase of 280 cases per week (ending November 7) to 1,200 cases per week (ending November 14).

In Port-au-Prince, the number of cases presenting to MSF-run or -supported medical structures has jumped from 350 per week (ending November 7) to 2,250 cases per week (ending November 14).

More about the work of MSF in Haiti.