Water and sanitation facilities are to be provided by the government in high-density public areas, informal settlements and rural areas in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

With regular handwashing and maximum hygiene being highly recommended as a way to ward off the virus, questions have been asked about how people living in informal settlements and water-deprived communities will cope. There are also fears of a rapid spread of infections in highly dense informal settlements...

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