Hundreds of thousand people have died of cholera. In last two hundred years only you have about seven pandemics of cholera.
It is not actually known exactly how many people have died from cholera, which is an acute intestinal infection caused by ingestion of contaminated water or food, but it is safe to say that the most died before water treatment plants and other facilities were created. Many died from cholera while on the open prairie in the Wild West. In the Victorian era, about 7000 people died from cholera.
In the Victorian era, 50% of the people who caught cholera died. It is said that 7000 people died from this disease from 1831-1832, and 15,000 people died from 1848-1849..x
it was cholera
over 25,000 people died from diseases such as cholera and from pollution
No one. Cholera was unknown to the western world prior to the 1820s. Cholera did not strike the United States until 1832.
over 10000 and kailee was here
it is said 7000 <3<3
There was an outbreak of cholera in Tewksbury in 1832 and 76 people died
cameroon,because it has with 256 people died because of cholera
Famine = No Food???? Also many people died of disease, typhus and cholera mostly.
The death toll is approximated at around 32,000
10 million as of November 9 2010
1500 people die of cholera
Worldwide cholera affects 3-5 million people and causes 100,000-130,000 deaths a year as of 2010. So if Cholera has effected 3-5 million deathins in a year tome 5 million to 10 which equals 50 million so 50 million people have died of cholera in the past 10 years. From Sian xx
the cholera disease is when the water you drink is dirty and you get cramps and diarrhoea, most people vomited and died :/
12 million people.
7025 had died only from cholera
James K. Polk
Cholera is a water born disease. Dyers use a lot of water.
Cholera is not eradicated from the India. It is not possible to eradicate the cholera from India, in near future. Cholera is maintained in the community with many subclinical cases. Some of the people develop the severe form of cholera. With the majority people living in the villages and slums, they do not have access to good medical care. So many people die of dehydration, in isolated incidences.