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Washing hands is a luxury for over 80% rural Indian households that don’t get tap water

By David Taylor Article from (Quartz India)

Climate Consciousness

Every decision counts.

Health authorities in India have repeatedly emphasised regular handwashing with soap and water as a precautionary measure against Covid-19. But here’s the catch: only 18% of rural households in the country have a water pipe at home, leaving them vulnerable to a host of diseases.

The coronavirus pandemic offers a perfect backdrop to examine India’s ongoing plans to improve this dire situation.

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