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In Haiti, between epidemiological week (EW) 51 of 2014 and EW 8 of 2019, there were 808 probable cases1 reported, including 107 deaths; of these, 270 were confirmed (261 by laboratory criteria and 9 by epidemiological link).
In Venezuela, the diphtheria outbreak that began in July 2016 remains ongoing (Figure 2). Since the beginning of the outbreak until EW 8 of 2019, a total of 2,726 suspected cases were reported (324 cases in 2016, 1,040 in 2017, 1,198 in 2018, and 164 in 2019); of these, 1,612 were confirmed (528 by laboratory and 1,084 by clinical criteria or epidemiological link). A total of 280 deaths were reported (17 in 2016, 103 in 2017, 150 in 2018, and 10 in 2019). The case-fatality rate among confirmed cases was 18% in 2016, 13% in 2017, 20% in 2018, and 26% in 2019.
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Kreyol translation of Where Women Have No Doctor
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