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First in a series of reports from hospitals responding to the Covid-19 pandemic.

STAT Mar 25 2020 - 01:38

Cholera swept over the Philippines at the dawn of the last century, killing thousands already weary and weakened by the wars of independence—first,

Philippine Daily Inquirer Mar 24 2020 - 17:00

In 2014, construction workers in London found skeletons suspected to belong to victims of the bubonic plague that ravaged Europe in the 14th centur

The Conversation Mar 24 2020 - 14:04

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the director-general of the World Health Organization, was accused in 2017 of downplaying cholera epidemics that hit Et

The National Interest Mar 24 2020 - 07:57

Since fifth-century Athens, plague has been the bane of cities.

Seattle Times Mar 24 2020 - 06:00

Five years of war have damaged and destroyed thousands of hospitals, and water and sanitation systems have collapsed.

ReliefWeb Mar 24 2020 - 00:48

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Reuters Mar 24 2020 - 00:24

Many more in that time have succumbed to disease and hunger.

ReliefWeb Mar 23 2020 - 19:11

In summer 1973, the city festered under the August sun. The smells were pungent – and (though we didn’t appreciate it) panic was in the air.

The Daily Telegraph Mar 23 2020 - 05:32

Communist-run Cuba said it dispatched a brigade of doctors and nurses to Italy for the first time this weekend to help in the fight against the nov

Reuters Mar 21 2020 - 21:06

Those familiar with the Nobel prize-winning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez no doubt recognize the title of this column as a play on the writer’s cel

Post and Courier Charleston Mar 21 2020 - 09:35

Cholera is an efficient killer. A healthy person in the morning could be dead by the end of the day.

SanLuisObispo Mar 21 2020 - 05:05

The Earth and its people have long been prey to the invisible pathogens that bring their victims low with brutal efficiency.

New York Times Mar 20 2020 - 12:31

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Washington Post Mar 20 2020 - 08:33

A few weeks back I had the honor of playing the role of auctioneer for the Eugene Opera's Aria Auction fundraiser, a role I've played sev

The Register-Guard on MSN.com Mar 19 2020 - 15:49

Though you may love the one you’re living with, conflicts might arise while you're cooped up at home during the coronavirus pandemic.

USA Today Mar 19 2020 - 12:28

It’s instructive to recall that we have been here before: From yellow fever and cholera to polio and the Spanish flu, the very shape of the city ha

Curbed Mar 19 2020 - 09:35

This week’s installment of Relist Watch will be unlike any one you’ve ever read.

SCOTUSblog Mar 19 2020 - 06:23

Global “Cholera Vaccine Market” forecast 2020-2026 report presents a pin-point breakdown of industry based on type, applications, and research regi

MarketWatch Mar 19 2020 - 03:34

Mar 19, 2020 (The Expresswire) -- Global “Cholera Vaccines Market” research report offers a concise and complete information about emerging market

MarketWatch Mar 19 2020 - 02:48

For three decades, my colleagues and I have worked together to confront epidemics — AIDS, Ebola, cholera, and drug-resistant tuberculosis — and are

The Boston Globe Mar 19 2020 - 00:51

I'm single and I won't even try to date until this pandemic is over. I hope other responsible singles do the same.

The Georgia Straight Mar 18 2020 - 19:35

When Dr. Ismail al-Mansouri goes to work in Yemen's capital, he puts on one of the hospital's few pairs of medical gloves.

StarTribune Mar 18 2020 - 11:45

The ongoing civil war has left its devastating effects on the country’s sewerage system.

ReliefWeb Mar 17 2020 - 06:29

Haiti’s remarkable recovery from a cholera outbreak that pushed it to the brink offers vital lessons in dealing with a public health crisis

The Guardian Mar 15 2020 - 23:00

More than 1,000 people were killed and hundreds of thousands afflicted by cholera, diphtheria, measles and dengue fever in 2019, according to the W

Middle East Eye Mar 15 2020 - 08:42

LAGOS, March 14 (Xinhua) -- An outbreak of cholera has killed 21 people with 155 cases reported in Nigeria's southeast state of Ebonyi, a gove

China Internet Information Center Mar 14 2020 - 05:16

You could ignore cholera as easy as you could ignore a case of arsenic poisoning, wrote historian Charles Rosenberg more than half a century ago.

Patch Mar 13 2020 - 23:49

Back in 1939, RKO released the movie “Pacific Liner,” about the chaos that ensues when a cholera-infected man stows away on a cruise ship bound for

Los Angeles Times Mar 13 2020 - 22:09

It’s tempting to read this as a very modern reaction to the erosion of heteronormativity.

Tablet Magazine Mar 12 2020 - 21:03

As a scholar of historical epidemics — plague, cholera, Spanish flu — I have tried to imagine the reactions of men and women who lived the experien

YAHOO! Mar 11 2020 - 17:09

Oxfam has warned of a new outbreak of cholera in Yemen with the rainy season approaching next month.

Asharq Alawsat (English) on MSN.com Mar 11 2020 - 17:00

At least 10 people are confirmed to have contracted cholera and gastroenteritis, a majority of which are in the east zone.

The Hindu Mar 11 2020 - 10:33

The civic body of Bengaluru has decided to evict street vendors and food sellers from all the wards of the city in view of the cholera outbreak, Ne

Scroll Mar 11 2020 - 03:17

When a terrifying disease then new to Europe — cholera — first appeared in Britain in 1832, it was, like our own, a politically volatile time.

Gainesville Mar 10 2020 - 23:26

Cholera is caused by a bacteria called Vibrio cholera and is usually spread through contaminated drinking water or food.

The Indian Express on MSN.com Mar 10 2020 - 22:27

• Built on 15 acres in 2005 by the Mwai Kibaki administration, Muthurwa is today not only a security threat but also a health hazard.

The Star Mar 10 2020 - 14:43

As of Sunday, March 8, six cases of cholera were confirmed across the metropolitan city.

The Weather Channel Mar 10 2020 - 10:57

Taking cognizance of burgeoning number of cases, the civic body decided to evict street food vendors to ensure the city’s cleanliness.

News18 on MSN.com Mar 9 2020 - 21:17

The civic body, which has started tackling the threat of COVID-19 on a war footing, has another problem on its hands.

The Hindu Mar 9 2020 - 19:27

But, the weatherman is unable to issue advisories on cholera or other vector or non-vector borne diseases, because of paucity of information given

The New Indian Express Mar 9 2020 - 18:17

Cholera in 1832 was not the first pandemic to bring New York City’s economy to a halt, and it certainly would not be the last

YAHOO! Mar 9 2020 - 12:38

Yemen is suffering a forgotten cholera crisis, Oxfam said today, as it warned the number of people there with the disease could spiral as the count

ReliefWeb Mar 9 2020 - 05:54

BENGALURU: City hospitals are reporting the emergence of a cholera-like disease which, surprisingly, displays cholera-like symptoms, but their samp

The New Indian Express Mar 8 2020 - 16:22

BENGALURU: City hospitals are reporting the emergence of a cholera-like disease which, surprisingly, displays cholera-like symptoms, but their samp

The New Indian Express Mar 8 2020 - 16:22

MAGSAYSAY, Davao del Sur, Philippines — A 7-year-old boy has been confined in a hospital in Bansalan town for the first case of cholera detected at

Philippine Daily Inquirer Mar 8 2020 - 13:19

Bengaluru: Even as this city was gearing up to handle a possible outbreak of the Covid-19 virus, there has been a spike in the number of cholera ca

Deccan Chronicle Mar 8 2020 - 08:00

Bengaluru: An outbreak of cholera has ben reported in Bengaluru.

Deccan Chronicle Mar 7 2020 - 22:03

His tenure in this town was especially remembered for a particular incident. A terrible epidemic of cholera broke out one summer.

The Hindu Mar 7 2020 - 10:50

Disease shapes cities.

CityLab Mar 6 2020 - 10:50