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According to the World Health Organization there are as many as 143,000 annual deaths due to Cholera.

Cholera transmission is closely linked to inadequate access to clean water and sanitation facilities. Typical at-risk areas include peri-urban slums, and camps for internally displaced persons or refugees, where minimum requirements of clean water and sanitation are not been met.

Since approximately 2018, the Los Angeles City council has been promoting and enabling thousands of "recreational vehicles" to dump tons of human waste into our water system.  This photo is from an RV on Bray Street near the intersection with Inglewood Blvd.  This RV has been dumping human waste into the water system for more than 4 years.

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