Around 185 million people affected by cyclone in Mozambique UN

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85 million people in need of assistance in Mozambique in a catastrophe that United Nations chief Antonio Guterres said on Tuesday rang yet another alarm bell about climate change. The cyclone ripped through neighboring Zimbabwe and Malawi killing at least 686 people across the three southern African countries. The storm was yet another alarm bell about the dangers of climate change. The five cholera cases were confirmed in Munhava told reporters. The World Health Organization has warned of a second disaster if waterborne diseases like cholera spread in the devastated region. The aid group said it has seen hundreds of cases of acute watery diarrhea in the past few days. mozambique will start a cholera vaccination campaign next week in areas ravaged by cyclone idai the world health organization. With tens of thousands of displaced people moved to makeshift camps relief efforts have increasingly focused on containing outbreaks of waterborne and infectious diseases. Cyclone ravaged Mozambique faces a second disaster from cholera and other diseases the World Health Organization is warning. An aerial view of houses seen Tuesday near Nhamatanda village following Cyclone Idai

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