PORT AU PRINCE, HAITI - NOVEMBER 01: Followers of Voodoo participate in All Saints Day (Day of the Dead) celebrations at the National Cemetery in Port-au-Prince November 1, 2010 in Port au Prince, ... more 
PORT AU PRINCE, HAITI - NOVEMBER 01: Followers of Voodoo participate in All Saints Day (Day of the Dead) celebrations at the National Cemetery in Port-au-Prince November 1, 2010 in Port au Prince, Haiti. All Saints Day is the first of two days devoted to the Gede family of spirits, the spirits of the dead. The two days of celebrations are one of the most important Voodoo holidays in the country. Haiti, one of the poorest nations in the Western Hemisphere, has been further unsettled by an outbreak of cholera which has so far killed over 330 people as of Friday. The epidemic has affected the central Artibonite and Central Plateau regions with over 4,000 cases so far on record. While authorities believe the outbreak is contained, they believe it has not yet peaked. There is also fear that the deadly diarrheal disease could migrate to the sprawling camps for the hundreds of thousands of Haitians displaced by the earthquake. Haiti is also bracing for the arrival of Tropical Storm Tomas that could reach the island by the end of the week when there is potential that the storm could develop back into a hurricane with wind speeds of between 74 and 110 miles (119 and 177 kilometers) per hour. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) less 
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