Cholera epidemic in Cuba continues
Cholera (and Castro's Cover-Up) on the Rise
The Castro regime has been forced to confirm over 678 cases of cholera on the island, including three deaths.
This information was included this week in a Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) epidemiological alert.
Just over a year ago, the Castro regime had falsely claimed that cholera had been eradicated on the island.
It wasn't until independent journalist Calixto Martinez Arias, of Hablemos Press, broke news of the cholera outbreak and Castro's cover-up, that the regime's hand was forced.
In retaliation, Martinez Arias was arbitrarily imprisoned for eight months, where he was recognized by Amnesty International as a prisoner of conscience.
The Castro regime's numbers are still low, unconfirmed and manipulated.
Just last month, independent journalists reported on 400 cases of cholera in the small town of Guines alone.
Moreover, last week alone, five deaths from cholera were reported in the infamous Combinado del Este prison.
The cover-up continues.