About 200,000 Haitians to receive Anti-Cholera Vaccination

It has been reported that the United Nations is funding a project to vaccinate close to 200,000 people in Haiti against cholera epidemic. The campaign will be focused mainly in the departments of Antibonite, Centre and Arcahaie where most of the cholera cases have been detected in Haiti.


The vaccination campaign is divided into two phased. The first phase took place last August, with the second to begin in mid September.

Side effects of Anti-Cholera Vaccination:
There are many side effects reported for those who have received the Anti-Cholera Vaccination. Unwanted effects may include rare, difficulty in breathing or swallowing, hives, itching, reddening of skin, especially around ears, swelling of eyes, face, or inside of nose. You can also have the following side effects after the cholera vaccination: Fever, general feeling of discomfort or illness, headache, pain, redness, or swelling in the area of injection

Pawol Pale, Pawol kompran..

United Nations decide pou li ede yo kampagn vakcinasyon pou Cholera an Ayiti, min yo toujou derefize di ke se yo ki pote kado sa ba nou. Yo gin projet pou yo paye pou vakcine pres de 200,000 nan region Atibonit, especialmam bor Arcahaie

Me sa ke mwin tande de vaksin sa. Lè ke ou fini pran li, gin moun ki gin difikilte respire, min gin lot ki gin maladi gratel. Yo di ankor gin moun ki gin enfleman bo zye yo oubyen kote yo te pran vakcin-an. Gin lot ki ginyin la fyeb ak tet fè mal. Min tout bagay sa yo temporer.

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