The death toll from Cyclone Idai is rising as first aid workers try to contain a cholera outbreak in Mozambique

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As of Sunday the flooding it caused and heavy rains before it hit. Following is an outline of the disaster according to government and United Nations officials. Reporting by Emma Rumney and Stephen Eisenhammer in Beira Alexander Winning and Joe Bavier; Editing by Angus MacSwan and David Goodman. Then a lot of water came so we climbed into a tree. Then a lot of water came so we climbed into a tree. We were prepared really for the worst which operates cholera treatment centers and oral rehydration centers. The cholera treatment centers are not normally equipped for people with immune systems weakened by HIV da Silva said. Now the cholera treatment centers have basic stocks of antiretroviral drugs and basic testing for depressed immune systems said Dr. Overall the medical charity had been expecting more cholera cases project coordinator da Silva said. People are still afraid of cholera da Silva said

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