The answer to your question is , Socioeconomics combines both social and economic roles. When you have an area that is impoverished the quality of healthcare and education is also low. These factors lead to those with an uninformed, contagious illnesses going out and spreading it among others in their community and the cycle then repeats itself. A socioeconomic condition such as social gathering and gatherings in the work places increases risks of the spread of infectious diseases such as tuberculosis,influenza,and hepatitis , because these diseases are airborne and can easily be spread in such situations. Proper measures should be taken to ensure that when people are in such conditions, there is adequate flow of clean air to prevent infections.
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