(1) Sanitation and disease are related to each other as lack of sanitation can cause diseases.
(2) Sanitation involves proper disposal of sewage and refuse from houses and public places.
(3) Poor sanitation leads to the growth of harmful microbes, flies, and mosquitoes which are the source of spreading many diseases like cholera, typhoid, polio, meningitis, hepatitis, and dysentery.
(4) If sanitation is there, no disease will occur, but if sanitation is not there various types of disease will occur and spread. So sanitation should be kept to avoid disease.