The World Health Organization recently released a report that warned that the lack of refrigeration in the United States could mean more cases of infectious diseases in the years ahead.
And it wasn’t just the United Kingdom and Australia that were struggling with the problem.
A survey from the Global Health Institute found that just three out of the seven countries surveyed had adequate refrigeration capacity.
This isn’t the first time that the United Nations has warned that a lack of the best refrigeration can lead to more infectious diseases.
In 2009, the U.N. agency also warned that countries could face more severe infections from a lack in refrigeration.
In other words, while the United states is not the worst place to live for the health of your family, the lack in the country could be a real issue.
The United States is the nation that has been most affected by the problem, with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention saying in a report last year that nearly 2.3 million Americans died of pneumonia in 2016, the most recent year for which data is available.
Even if the United Sates can find a way to increase the amount of refrigerated space it can have, it could also have a major impact on the nation’s economy.
The U.S. is the world’s third-largest producer of refrigerators, after China and Russia, according to the Center for Science in the Public Interest, and if the U:s economy is suffering, the refrigeration industry could suffer as well.