The spread of deadly disease is now the major concern in Pakistan after the country is seeing it's worst flooding on record.
It's been almost a week since monsoon rains caused heavy flooding, and many fear the devastating conditions could lead to the spread of fatal diseases like cholera.
More than 1,200 people are dead and nearly two million have evacuated their homes.
Ten of thousands of rescue workers are in the region distributing food and medical supplies, but many residents said the government is not doing enough to help.
Meanwhile, thousands of residents are still trapped in rising floodwaters, waiting for rescue workers.