A survey found the poor state of New Zealand’s public toilets could increase the transmission of disease, RNZ reports. According to the The New Zealand Medical Journal survey, local and central government agencies have not done enough to keep the hygiene of these facilities up to standard. Nearly 15% of the 400 public toilets surveyed had no soap, and only 28% had ‘no-touch’ activation. Almost three-quarters of the toilet blocks had no health-related signs.
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