Water is a vital resource that has a significant impact on hygiene in the environment. Without water, basic operations such as bathing, washing hands and using the toilet become impossible, increasing the risk of diseases such as intestinal or respiratory infections. Professor Davidovic emphasizes that water has a significant impact on hygiene in the environment, and a lack of water can lead to the spread of disease.
Moreover, overcrowded conditions in Gaza exacerbate these risks, especially as winter approaches. The Israeli army ordered the soldiers not to use water from Gaza and to get their own water. This highlights the urgent need for access to clean water in Gaza, where overcrowded living conditions pose an additional risk to public health.
In addition to the substantive content, the remainder of the text appears to be linked to professional directories for various cities and regions in the United States. However, it is worth noting that Professor Davidovitch also mentions other factors that contribute to public health risks in Gaza, including a lack of fuel which results in a lack of wastewater treatment and affects the operation of desalination machines. This leads to discharge hundreds of millions of liters of waste water into the sea affecting Israel’s shores. Furthermore, he calls on international community take responsibility for helping Gaza with its lack of vaccination which poses a risk of outbreaks of diseases such as polio or measles which have regional and international significance.