New and Emerging Waterborne Infectious Diseases

Bacteria, protozoa, and viruses are the cause of many emerging and new waterborne infectious diseases and these diseases will be discussed in more detail in the following sections. Infectious diseases are caused by microbial pathogens that have parasitized and plagued their cellular host species since time immemorial.

Waterborne diseases are classified as those transmitted through the ingestion of contaminated water and water acts as the passive carrier of the infectious agent. Most commonly, waterborne infections are caused by human and animal fecal pollution of water and this goes hand in hand with scarcities of water supply and poor water sanitation.

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