Twelve persons died in those four days, while cumulative deaths since October 2010 went up by 18, to 7,739. And as usual, I speculate that the differences are due to late reports from some departments.
The daily numbers are bad enough. November 21 was the worst, with 380 new cases, followed by a sharp drop to 318 on the 22nd and 209 on the 23rd.
Meanwhile, the media are full of reports like this Associated Press item from the Calgary Herald: Haiti, DR hope to eliminate cholera with $2.2 billion plan with international groups. "It's still unclear," the report says, "who will pay for what would be the biggest endeavour yet to develop Haiti's barely existent water and sanitation system."
It's not exactly breaking news: even PAHO's Haiti Emergency Blog has posts about this project going back to early June. If nothing else, the $2.2 billion (wherever it comes from) will provide jobs, SUVs, and housing in Port-au-Prince luxury hotels for the NGO personnel assigned to absorb the money, and contracts for companies (almost all in the US) that provide goods and services for the NGOs.