Infectious Diseases Society of America  |  April 5, 2023

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The deadly cyclones that hit southeastern Africa in March could not have come at a worse time. For those in Malawi, the record-breaking rainfall and horrific mudslides ravaged communities already battling their worst cholera outbreak in 20 years — which alone has caused more than 36,000 cases and 1,210 deaths in the last year. These latest health and climate catastrophes, of course, follow the massive health and societal impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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