When people talk about Haiti, it's usually prefaced with something along the lines of "they just can't catch a break." Well, Haiti really can't. As of today, around 200 people have died, and thousands have been hospitalized for cholera.
It's only expected to get worse, too, according to health officials who spoke to the Miami Herald. Most of the cases have been reported in Haiti's central Artibonite region, but it could quickly spread to the capital, Port-au-Prince. At least 1.5 million people are living in unsanitary camps across the country. Here's an incredibly depressing ITN report:
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