Own report: One in four hospitals in the world suffers from a water crisis. And this crisis is increasing the risk of corona. The risk is increasing for 1.6 billion people worldwide. The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday. Many people are worried about that.
This report is based on data from 185 countries. World Health Organization (WHO) UNICEF (UNICEF) Has done this research in a joint venture with. According to the study, patients and health workers are at risk due to water shortage in hospitals.
The head of the World Health Organization said water in hospitals or health centers, http: // WHOPhysicians and nurses are forced to work without safety equipment due to lack of proper sanitation and hygiene.
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Henrietta Fore, head of UNICEF, said the lack of clean water and safe self-contained toilets at the hospital put medical staff and patients at risk. According to the report, research has shown that one out of every three hospitals in the world does not have the same hygiene rules as hand washing. There is also a lack of infrastructure. And one out of every 10 hospitals does not have sanitation facilities. The situation is worse in the 47 least developed countries of the world. Half of the country’s hospitals have no drinking water service. One-fourth of the world’s hospitals do not have access to the water that is needed for clean-up work. Three out of every five hospitals also lack sanitation facilities.
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