For some reason PAHO hasn't yet published its usual Friday update on chikungunya, but in looking around for it I stumbled into its Epidemiological Update: Cholera, 27 June 2014. It's a PDF and I can't easily excerpt it, but here's a quick summary:
Cuba: No new cases reported since week 8.
Dominican Republic: As of week 22, 156 suspected cholera cases and four deaths; roughly 31 cases a month since the beginning of the year. In the same period last year the monthly average was 130 cases, and in 2012 the monthly average was 557 cases.
Haiti: Between week 1 and week 23, 6,689 cases and 31 deaths. The weekly average has been 291 cases and one death. This too reflects a decreasing trend: in 2013 the weekly average was 993 cases and 8 deaths, and in 2011 it was 7,697 cases and 62 deaths.
Mexico: Three cases were reported on June 13, all members of the same family, in Tlaxcoapan, Hidalgo state. They had reportedly consumed street food before symptoms began on June 4. Late in 2013 Mexico reported 187 cases, presumably imported from Cuba, Haiti, or the Dominican Republic.