The Ministry of Health and Population (MSPP) announced that at least seven people died of cholera in an Oct. 2 press conference. Photo by Marvens Compere for The Haitian Times

PORT-AU-PRINCE — At least seven people died in Haiti after contracting cholera, Dr. Lauré Adrien, general director of the Ministry of Health and Population (MSPP), said in an Oct. 2 press conference.

“The victims could not be evacuated in time when diarrhea and vomiting appeared,” Dr. Adrien said. “Among the victims of the disease is a child.”

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