What is faecal oral route?

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Luv Raj

, Fish Hatchery Specialist, Human Resource Public Policy Segmentation

Fecal–oral route: Dirty hands and food or water contaminated by human sewage account for 80% of all infections. Cryptosporidium is primarily transmitted through the fecal–oral route via contaminated water. Recently, transmission via the fecal-oral route is getting serious attention after the viral RNA has been detected in the stool samples of infected. Pathogens spread via the fecal-oral route constitute a risk if the infected person fails to maintain good hygiene, including hand hygiene after toilet use, or if. The fecal–oral route describes a particular route of transmission of a disease wherein pathogens in fecal particles pass from one person to the mouth of another. The fecal–oral route describes a particular route of transmission of a disease wherein pathogens in fecal particles pass from one person to the mouth of another person.

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