Infections with water-transmitted pathogens may be asymptomatic, or may result in mild or serious illness in humans. Watertransmitted pathogens may be bacteria, viruses, parasites, amoebas or algae. Pathogens that are water-transmitted may follow various routes, ranging from water ingestion to transmission via insect vectors.
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