Study reveals the least and most hygienic cities in the world

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We all know that cities can be dirty places. But just how dirty they are may surprise you.

A new study has revealed the least and most hygienic cities in the world, and the results may make you think twice about your next vacation destination.

The study was conducted by Travelmath, a website that provides travelers with tools to calculate the cost and time of travel. They looked at data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), and other sources to come up with their rankings.

So, without further ado, here are the ten least hygienic cities in the world:

10. New Delhi, India

New Delhi is the capital of India and is one of the most populous cities in the world, with a population of over 25 million. It is also one of the most polluted cities in the world, with air pollution levels that are often more than 10 times the WHO guidelines.

The city also struggles with water pollution and sanitation issues. Only about half of the population has access to safe drinking water and less than a third have access to adequate sanitation facilities.

9. Manila, Philippines

Manila is the capital of the Philippines and has a population of over 12 million. The city has a high poverty rate, with almost a quarter of the population living below the poverty line.

Manila also has a pollution problem, with air pollution levels that often exceed the WHO guidelines. The city also struggles with water pollution and sanitation issues, with only about half of the population having access to safe drinking water.

8. Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City is the capital of Mexico and is one of the most populous cities in the world, with a population of over 21 million. The city has a high poverty rate, with about a third of the population living below the poverty line.

Mexico City also has a pollution problem, with air pollution levels that often exceed the WHO guidelines. The city also struggles with water pollution and sanitation issues, with only about half of the population having access to safe drinking water.

7. Cairo, Egypt

Cairo is the capital of Egypt and has a population of over 20 million. The city has a high poverty rate, with about a quarter of the population living below the poverty line.

Cairo also has a pollution problem, with air pollution levels that often exceed the WHO guidelines. The city also struggles with water pollution and sanitation issues, with only about half of the population having access to safe drinking water.

6. Beijing, China

Beijing is the capital of China and has a population of over 21 million. The city has a high pollution problem, with air pollution levels that often exceed the WHO guidelines.

The city also struggles with water pollution and sanitation issues, with only about half of the population having access to safe drinking water.

5. Mumbai, India

Mumbai is the capital of India and has a population of over 12 million. The city has a high poverty rate, with about a third of the population living below the poverty line.

Mumbai also has a pollution problem, with air pollution levels that often exceed the WHO guidelines. The city also struggles with water pollution and sanitation issues, with only about half of the population having access to safe drinking water.

4. Moscow, Russia

Moscow is the capital of Russia and has a population of over 12 million. The city has a high pollution problem, with air pollution levels that often exceed the WHO guidelines.

The city also struggles with water pollution and sanitation issues, with only about half of the population having access to safe drinking water.

3. Karachi, Pakistan

Karachi is the capital of Pakistan and has a population of over 18 million. The city has a high poverty rate, with about a third of the population living below the poverty line.

Karachi also has a pollution problem, with air pollution levels that often exceed the WHO guidelines. The city also struggles with water pollution and sanitation issues, with only about half of the population having access to safe drinking water.

2. Delhi, India

Delhi is the capital of India and has a population of over 25 million. It is also one of the most polluted cities in the world, with air pollution levels that are often more than 10 times the WHO guidelines.

The city also struggles with water pollution and sanitation issues. Only about half of the population has access to safe drinking water and less than a third have access to adequate sanitation facilities.

1. Kolkata, India

Kolkata is the capital of India and has a population of over 14 million. The city has a high poverty rate, with about a third of the population living below the poverty line.

Kolkata also has a pollution problem, with air pollution levels that often exceed the WHO guidelines. The city also struggles with water pollution and sanitation issues, with only about half of the population having access to safe drinking water.

1 Comment

  1. These cities are quite dirty and it is advised that you take caution if you plan on visiting any of them. It is interesting to see how different each city is in terms of their hygiene levels.

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