Since 27 April 2017, more than 151,400 suspected cholera cases and 1,054 associated deaths have been reported in 20 of the 23 governorates in Yemen, according to the World Health Organization country office in Yemen today.
The four most affected governorates were Amanat Al Asimah, Al Hudaydah, Amran and Hajjah and the overall case fatality rate is 0.7%, while it is 3.2% among people aged over 60.
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