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Reopening of various centers and health risks of marsh in water network of buildings

Reopening of various centers and health risks of marsh in water network of buildings


Reopening of various centers and health risks of marsh in water network of buildings

April 9, 2020

 

With the public shutdown during this period, many offices, schools, universities and educational centers, mosques and religious centers, sports and entertainment halls, etc. are useless. With the reopening of these buildings and the return of the people, the long-lasting water remaining in the pipes may contain large amounts of heavy metals and become infected with bacteria - such as bacteria that cause Legionnaires' disease. Some university researchers have begun analyzing the impact of the epidemic on buildings. Normally, buildings prevent water from stagnating through regular use of water, which allows clean water to flow. In the case of long-term closure of buildings, this issue needs solutions to reduce this potential risk. To solve this problem, some people offer suggestions such as weekly draining of water left in pipes and water equipment of buildings, which, of course, will lead to a huge amount of water loss. State governments in the United States have been advised to consider stagnant water problems as part of their emergency operations, which seems to need to be addressed at our country's Corona headquarters, especially in areas where water networks are worn out. . The least hygienic advice this chair can have right now is to avoid drinking water, even boiled water from these buildings in the early days of reopening. In order to avoid direct discharge and water loss, it is better for the officials of these buildings to plan in such a way that on the first day of reopening, irrigation of green space and washing of areas from water taps will be done, which will lead to discharge of wastewater from the entire water network.