Conditions continue to deteriorate in Yemen, according to a report by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). The agency said, '"The health care system is on the verge of collapse due to persistent shortages of fuel and supplies, and ongoing insecurity." Residents of Sanaa were seen queuing for water and fuel, Monday. Yahya, a cab driver, said he expected to wait in line for just under 24 hours in order to fill up his petrol tank. In its latest report on Yemen, the OCHA has said the shortage of fuel and water was putting a massive strain on the state's ability to contain the spread of infectious disease. "Access to health care has been drastically reduced, as have health care providers' surveillance and early response capacity," the organisation said. Across Yemen, an estimated 15.2 million people, that is about 58 percent of the population, now require assistance to obtain the most basic healthcare, the UN says.
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