water-borne


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water-borne

[′wȯd·ər ‚bȯrn]
(science and technology)
Floating on or transported by water.
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Patna (Bihar) [India], November 4 ( ANI ): Due to dengue scare, classes were held outside the classrooms in Dayanand Government School in Patna's Mithapur district after at least 30 students were allegedly diagnosed with the water-borne disease.
The three water-borne holes in the upper inlet are designed to be 25 m deep.
Talking to reporter here, Dr Salma said that the virus and bacteria grow in rainy season and increases the number of patients suffering from water-borne diseases including gastroenteritis, food poisoning, vomiting, fever and other poisonous diseases.
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On the occasion, he said that the government is evolving an effective strategy for the promotion research on water purification to control water-borne diseases on modern lines and science and technology across the country.
Unsafe and unclean drinking water is a major problem in rural areas, where annually a large number of people are affected by water-borne ailments, including nausea, lung irritation, skin rash, vomiting, dizziness, and even death," the statement said, adding economic conditions of villagers were not as much strong as to dig deep wells or build water reservoirs of safe drinking water.
Most respondents agreed that climate change would affect vector-borne (86% of country representatives), food-borne (70%), water-borne (68%), and rodent-borne (68%) diseases in their countries.