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    Are routines such as hand-washing regular practice in the third world?
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    Yes

    But with soap? Not really

    http://www.cdc.gov/healthywater/hygi...hallenges.html

    The question should, of course, be whether they pick up first world hygiene habits, which I'd assume they do.

    There have been a fair number of cases of recent migrants to Germany and Sweden taking dumps in public (e.g. on trains), but I'd assume its not really a problem once they integrate. Haven't really got statistics for it, however
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    (Original post by taw123)
    Are routines such as hand-washing regular practice in the third world?
    Well apparently almost a quarter of Syrian refugees resettled in Minnesota have tuberculosis. Seems like something which could be easily remedied by a mandatory quarantine period and sufficient checks. But that would be waycisssst!
 
 
 
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