Current guidelines acknowledge that while the healthcare environment contains a diverse population of microorganisms, it is rarely implicated in disease transmission; and implementation of environmental infection prevention and control measures on the rates of HAIs are not readily measurable. However, the strength of available evidence affirms that infection prevention and control strategies, when consistently implemented, are effective in preventing or minimizing HAIs.
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