Safe infection prevention practice was defined as healthcare worker’s overall compliance to the core components of infection prevention measures that including proper hand hygiene practice, regular utilization of personal protective equipment’s as required, correct medical equipment processing practice, proper healthcare waste management, tuberculosis infection control, and safe injection and medication practices.

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