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Myanmar government tries to stem cholera after floods

Flooding in Myanmar has caused outbreaks of cholera. Hundreds of cases have been confirmed in the region around Yangon, Bago and Ayeyarwady. Drinking water sources are believed to have been contaminated by the floods. Authorities are trying to control the spread of the disease, by providing clean water and stopping street food vendors from operating.

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