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The World Health Organization said the 'strained global supply of cholera vaccines' had pushed the International Coordinating Group, which manages emergency supplies of vaccines, to suspend the two-dose regimen.
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As of Tuesday, Indonesian authorities have identified 206 cases of acute kidney injury among children, with 99 fatalities, health ministry spokesperson Mohammad Syahril said on Wednesday.
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Sixty people have reportedly died from cholera in Syria since an outbreak of the waterborne disease began last month.

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Human rights organisations have called for an investigation into the deaths of 10 child cancer patients in Yemen after they were given expired medicine.
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The Houthi rebels' health ministry said 'bacterial contamination' had been detected in the injections administered to the children, who were being treated for leukaemia.
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The effects of seven years of brutal war have left Yemen's mental healthcare services overwhelmed.
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Among a subset of 197 survivors of symptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infections who completed surveys at 12 months and 18 months, most reported lingering symptoms at both time points, researchers reported in Nature Communications.
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The first death from cholera has been recorded in Lebanon as the disease rages in neighbouring Syria
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Uganda declared an outbreak of Ebola on 20 September and said infections were being caused by the Sudan strain.
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Kuwait's Emir travelled to Italy for routine medical checks, according to local media.