WHO's Cholera Response Dashboard has these numbers for November 1: 894,225 cholera cases and 2,186 deaths. That is an increase of 2,786 cases and two deaths in 24 hours.
As always, bear in mind that about 52% of these cases are Yemenis aged 18 or younger, and about 25% are in children under the age of five. If the Saudi-led coalition had not been bombing Yemen for over two years, the Yemen civil war might still continue, but damage to the country's infrastructure—especially its hospitals and water and sanitation systems—would be far less. And so would the number of cholera cases.