Cholera rages in rural Haiti, overwhelming clinics

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Aid groups and international organizations such as the United Nations are working on campaigns to confront the outbreak, but Ivers and others said it will take an army of health workers to stop cholera’s spread.

“Let me put it this way: We have 3,000 community health workers and we are hiring more … as many as we can,” she said.

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