You will hear a recording. Select the paragraph that best relates to the recording.
(1) Cholera is a bacterial infection that is transmitted from person to person. It is common in places where sewage is bad and water is contaminated. Cholera leads to severe sicknesses such as diarrhea, dehydration and low blood pressure.
(2) Cholera is a bacterial infection that is the biggest illness in the developing world. It is not common in the United States because it has clean water and good sewage. If a patient contracts cholera they might also get diarrhea, toxins in body and dehydration.
(3) Cholera is not transmitted through persons but is caused by consuming contaminated water. A bacterial infection, it is common in places which don’t have proper sewage to ensure clean water. Cholera can lead to diarrhea, toxins within body and dehydration.
(4) Cholera is not a bacterial infection but is transmitted from person to person and leads to contaminated water. It is not common in the United States but is common in other places where sewage is bad. It eventually leads to low blood pressure and people feel can get very sick because of it.