This is an important public health announcement about cholera symptoms and ways you can prevent the spread of disease. Language: Haitian Creole. Created: 2/18/2010 by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Date Released: 2/18/2010. Series Name: CDC Radio.
Kolera bay gwo dyare, vomisman ak kranp nan janm. Kolera ka touye yon moun si moun sa a pa resevwa tretman medikal. Moun ka trape kolera nan dlo ki gen ekskreman moun ladan l oswa nan manje ki kontamine, sitou nan kristase ki kri oswa ki pa byen kwit. Moun pap trape kolera nan dlo ki bouyi pandan 1 minit oswa nan dlo yo trete avèk 5 gout klowòks ki sèvi nan kay.
Cholera causes severe diarrhea, vomiting and leg cramps. Cholera can kill without medical treatment. Cholera can come from water with human waste in it or contaminated food, especially raw or under cooked shellfish. Water that has been boiled for 1 minute or treated with 5 drops of household bleach is safe from cholera.