What is cholera?
Cholera is defined as a bacterial infection, caused by the bacteria by name Vibrio Cholerae. it is considered as a primarily intestinal infection, which causes problems such as abundant and watery diarrhea.
It is important to keep in mind that in cases of cholera, a person may lose a large amount of fluid. Which can cause death by dehydration.
Its incubation time is very short, in fact, it can take between two hours or five days. Cholera is a bacterial infection, capable of causing large epidemics, it is believed that each year almost 100,000 or 200,000 thousand people die from this disease.