The World Health Organization (WHO), in partnership with Yemeni health authorities, has launched a large-scale anti-cholera vaccine campaign in southern Yemen, WHO said in a statement on Sunday.
She said: The campaign will last until May 10, targeting four districts in the city of Aden in its first phase.
The government-run Saba news website quoted Deputy Health Minister Ahmed al-Waledi as saying, Tawahee, Mualla, Khormaksar and Sirah.
He said the oral vaccine would target nearly 350,000 children over the age of five.
Although the number of cases of cholera infection in Yemen has declined rapidly, fears of a possible new outbreak of cholera are growing In this rainy season, according to the United Nations, the United Nations Humanitarian Organizations
have begun. The rainy season started in April and lasts until August.
In November 2017, the UN reported more than 925,000 cases of suspected cholera associated with Ove 2,200 associated deaths in the war-torn country since the beginning of the epidemic in April of the same year
The infection rate has since been around 0.2 percentage points, according to the WHO decreased to 0.3 percent.
Yemen has been in a civil war for more than three years between the Iranian-allied Houthi rebel group and the internationally-recognized government backed by a Saudi coalition force.
The war has killed more than 10,000 Yemenis, half of them civilians, causing the largest humanitarian crisis in the world.
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