Increased cases of Cholera while Cuban Government keeps quiet

Posted on October 4, 2012 • Filed under: Caribbean, Travel News

MIAMI — Four weeks after the Cuban government announced that an outbreak of cholera in the eastern part of the island was over, there are unconfirmed reports of new cases popping up in two small towns. Twenty-seven cases were reported in the municipality of San Luis, in the eastern province of Santiago de Cuba, and 19 more in the Bahia Honda municipality 35 miles west of Havana. Read article

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