World Health Organization has said on Saturday that the cholera death toll in Yemen has increased to 2127, pointing out that the suspicious cases of cholera has risen to767524 cases.
Meanwhile, the Red Cross estimates that cholera could affect one million people in the Arabian Peninsula country of Yemen.
The cholera outbreak in Yemen is being described as "unprecedented" and "the worst ... in the world.” According to the Red Cross, there are currently about 750,000 cases of the infectious disease — up from 276,000 on just July 5.
"Given this trend, we could reach up to 1 million by the end of the year," International Committee of the Red Cross delegation in Yemen Alexandre Faite told CNN.
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