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Haiti - Cholera : Daily bulletin #194
Data calculated since the first confirmed case (October 3rd, 2022).
Total suspected cases: 45,485 cases +29 in 24 hours, the day before +161 in 24 hours
Total confirmed cases: 2,835 cases +10 in 24 hours, previous +30 in 24 hours
Total hospitalized cases (suspected and confirmed): 39,813 cases +26 cases in 24 hours, the day before +143 in 24 hours
Total deaths: 704 deaths ((473 institutional (+10) and 231 community (+1)) +0, previous +1
Partial assessment of cholera in Haiti according to data from the Department of Epidemiology, Laboratories and Research of the Ministry of Public Health and Population (MSPP).
Distribution of suspected cases, total since October 3:
(Incomplete and partial Ministry data for this day)
Less than 1 year: 1,061 cases (+1)
1-4 years: 9,094 cases (+7)
5-9 years: 6,554 cases (+3)
10-14 years old: 3,262 cases (+3)
15-19 years old: 2,395 cases (+2)
20-29 years old: 5,861 cases (+7)
30-39 years old: 5,015 cases (+3)
40-49 years old: 3,697 cases (+0)
50-59 years old: 2,805 cases (+1)
60-69 years old: 1,980 cases (+0)
70-79 years old: 1,145 cases (+0)
80 years and over: 469 cases (+0)
Men: 54.35% men (-); Women 45.65 (+)
Positivity rate by age segment:
Number of tests carried out: 8,029 +0 in 24h, previous +113 in 24h
Positivity rate: 35.30%, previous 35.30%
It should be noted that the percentage of 35.30% of the rate of positive cases on the tests carried out is much lower than the graph published the same day by the Ministry, which indicates a positivity rate close to 60%.
Evolution of the positivity rate:
Departments with confirmed cases:
Artibonite, Centre, Grand’Anse, North, North West, Nippes, North East, West, South and South East
Previous bulletin: https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-39650-haiti-cholera-daily-bulletin-193.html
List of Treatment Centers for acute diarrhea (including Cholera): https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-37939-icihaiti-flash-list-of-acute-diarrhea-treatment-centers-including-cholera.html
Anyone with acute watery, profuse diarrhea with or without vomiting and dehydration
Any suspected case with a positive culture for “Vibrio cholerae” or presenting an epidemiological link with a confirmed case of cholera
Any suspected or confirmed case that spends at least 24 hours in a care centre
Any suspected or confirmed case who dies in a treatment center.
Any suspected case that dies outside of a caring institution.
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