Some historical and current perspectives on prevention and control of infections

@inproceedings{Afolabi2015SomeHA,
  title={Some historical and current perspectives on prevention and control of infections},
  author={Bamgboye M. Afolabi},
  year={2015}
}
Tel: +234 1 291 6562 The first written health code in the world was believed to be Leviticus, a manuscript dated circa 1500 BC that focused on personal and community accountabilities and contained regulation concerning the cleanliness of body, sexual health behaviors, protection against contagious diseases and the Isolation of lepers. The same period witnessed the issuance of The Code of Hammurabi, a set of laws and edicts created by the then monarch of Babylon, spelling out rules and… CONTINUE READING