The cholera statistics from Haiti's Department of Public Health and Population have been updated to March 17. It shows 700,742 cholera cases since the outbreak began in October 2010, and a death total of 8,547.
Oddly enough, that was the death total on February 7, and I got pretty upset when MSPP published its March 10 numbers and showed the number had dropped to 8,546.
When you think about it, this whole disaster has been extraordinary: about 7% of the entire population has contracted cholera at least once—about one person in fourteen. Even so, it now draws only an occasional article in the world media.
The coverage would be nonstop.