8 thoughts on “Haiti from Toussaint l’Ouverture to today

  1. Workers walk out over cholera

    Dominican Republic: Doctors and nurses at one of the country’s few hospitals that can treat cholera patients went on strike on Thursday after a nurse got infected.

    They’re demanding better conditions at Francisco Moscoso Puello Hospital, which often has no water, little medication or a way to safely to dispose of waste.

    Nurse Ramona Rivera is suspected of catching cholera this week while handling patients’ waste at the hospital in Santo Domingo.



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