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Haiti aid groups see steady decline in number of cholera cases (The Washington Post by Associated Press)

Associated Press
December 22, 2011

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Haiti has seen a steady decline in the number of cholera cases as the Caribbean nation settles into its dry season, humanitarian groups said Tuesday.

The number of cholera cases has dropped to an average of 10 to 20 cases a day in two separate treatment centers in the crowded capital of Port-au-Prince compared to a bump of an average of 30 to 40 cases a day a month ago, said Dr. Wendy Lai, a medical coordinator for Doctors Without Borders Holland.
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