Cholera

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Health and Sanitation, Local Emergency?
The health and safety of a countries citizens must be one of the highest priorities in any respectable country. Well apparently in our society, that is not quite the case. Over the past few years many diseases have made appearances all over the United Kingdom. Cholera and Typhoid have all featured in outbreaks over the past half decade. Furthermore, as peasant folk move from there lowly farms to the big cities, and populations increase, these diseases have spread far more easily and have effected everyone. The poor, are who is most effected by these horrible outbreaks. Cholera is a disease created by contaminated water and is often found in sewage. Last year a horrible sewage leak took place. The sewage
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