Thank you for raising an important point regarding the availability of spatial health data. You are absolutely correct that it is quite difficult to find public spatial health data, which can involve serious ethical concerns, particularly in terms of patient privacy and confidentiality. As a result, such data is generally challenging to locate in publicly accessible sources.
However, aggregate health data is more commonly available and can be obtained from the Ministry of Public Health and the National Statistics Office. These sources can provide valuable insights into population-level health indicators and trends. Additionally, public shapefiles of different administrative levels for various countries are available. These types of GIS data can still be valuable for analyzing the spatial distribution of diseases and identifying potential hotspots.
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