Spreading mechanisms of the disease, Biology

Talk about briefly three  of the common enteric diseases caused by inadequate clean water supply and insufficient sanitation facilities. Your talk should contain the source and spreading mechanisms of the disease and measures used for prevention and/or elimination of such disease.

 

 

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