The United Nations warns that the Haitian cholera epidemic could get worse.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says the cholera epidemic in Haiti could affect as many as 650,000 people over the next six months, with current case numbers underreported.
- French epidemiologist Renaud Piarroux, working on behalf of the French and Haitian governments, points to "strong evidence" linking United Nations peacekeepers to Haiti's cholera outbreak.
- The United Nations and Pan American Health Organization estimate that the number of cases in the 2010 Haiti cholera outbreak could reach more than 200,000 in the next three months.
- The death toll from the 2010 Haiti cholera outbreak passes 1,000. At least one man is shot dead by United Nations peacekeepers after allegedly opening fire on the peacekeepers.
- The United Nations appeals for nearly $164 million to fund the battle against Haiti's outbreak of cholera as hospitals overflow and space and time run out.
- Poland takes over the rotating Presidency of the United Nations Security Council.