The World Health Organization (WHO) says thousands of tons of clinical waste collected in the wake of the global Kovid epidemic have caused serious health and environmental problems.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that health workers as well as people living near illegal dumping sites could be most affected.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says thousands of tons of waste, such as discarded syringes, used test kits and injection bottles, have been dumped around the world, posing a serious threat to public health as well as the environment.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the virus has spread to other parts of the world, putting health workers at risk of contracting various diseases and injecting needles.
They also say that there is a risk of people living in the area being exposed to diseases due to the toxic gases and water released during the incineration of garbage in places where garbage is dumped without proper management.
As a solution, the World Health Organization (WHO) has called for measures to control the accumulation of medical waste through measures such as the manufacture of protective clothing from recyclable or recyclable materials and the reduction of plastic containers.