UN suspends vaccination as Cholera goes out of control in Yemen

Yemeni child
Yemeni child

Mohammed al-Attab
Press TV, Sana’a

The United Nations has suspended a shipment of Cholera vaccines for Yemen as the deadly disease is spreading fast across the country. Facing severe shortage of medicine because of Saudi Arabia’s harsh embargo, patients need humanitarian assistance to deal not only with Cholera but also other chronic diseases.

From Sana’a Press TV’s correspondent Mohammad al-Attab reports.

First published 15 July 2017




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