Cuban public health officials say the number of confirmed cholera cases has risen from 85 to 110 and advised residents of the worst-hit area, the southeastern province of Granma, to avoid traveling. However, dissident journalists  report that the government is not revealing the full extent of the situation. While the government confirms three cholera deaths, a journalist in Santiago de Cuba, the island’s second largest city, reported that hospital workers there told him eight people had died from cholera in Santiago hospitals. The lack of information poses major health threats not only to those in Cuba, but those traveling in and out of the country as well.

 

 

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