They have 29 people with cholera last week, right now there are 14 left.
Yesterday MSF came and gave 140 ivs but that's not enough because they keep receiving ppl. 10 cases could use 140 ivs so they need more. We gave some and need to be vigilant about supplying more. The nurse taking care of all patients says she needs help.
She isn't getting get paid for anything (she is voluntary) since October. Don't want to think about how the cholera situation in the community would be without her...
Julian Malinak, MPH
Team Leader, Cap Haitien Health Network
Facilitating coordination among health organizations in northern Haiti
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