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World Health Day 2022: Every year, April 7 is celebrated as World Health Day. It is observed annually to raise awareness of health and wellness and attracts the attention of people around the world to highlight important health issues. It is very imperative to be mentally, physically and financially prepared for all kinds of uncertainties in these ever-changing times to treat and care for patients who are at risk of contracting the infection.Also read – WHO declares monkeypox outbreak ‘unusual and concerning’, to decide soon if it represents a global health emergency

On the occasion of World Health Day 2022, we have prepared a wish list that you can share with your loved ones to strengthen their strength and motivate them during the pandemic. Read also – World Food Safety Day: how to avoid contaminated food and water while traveling

  • Eat healthy and stay healthy. Happy World Health Day!

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  • Health is the only wealth we all want to earn.

  • “Health is the most important thing and we only realize it when we lose it. Let’s take good care of it. Happy World Health Day.

  • Good health is like a precious gift from God to us, and we should never ignore it. Happy world health day.

  • Keeping the body healthy is a duty, otherwise we cannot extinguish the lamp of wisdom and keep our minds strong and clear. Happy World Health Day!

  • We never appreciate our health until we lose it. Don’t let this happen and take care of your well-being. Happy World Health Day to you.

  • The world is a much better place to live in when your health is in place. I wish a very happy World Health Day.

  • Let’s organize different types of events and awareness programs on World Health Day to educate the public about the benefits of staying healthy. Happy World Health Day!

  • Staying healthy should be the main goal of your life. Happy World Health Day!

  • Let’s learn to respect the value of good health on World Health Day.


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