Infectious diseases on the rise in Turkey’s earthquake zone
25 February 2023 | 10:41 am
Survivors of Turkey's devastating earthquake are criticizing the government for a lack of sanitary facilities in the affected region. Emergency services say infectious diseases are on the rise.
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