Not sure how true this is, but there seems to be an epidemic hazard of Heptatis A outbreak in Kuwait.

The Infectious Diseases Hospital allegedly received more than 30 hepatitis A patients within a short period, reports Annahar daily quoting sources. Sources revealed the Preventive Medicine Department has been trying to find reasons behind the spread of the disease for three weeks but until now no result has been announced. Meanwhile, health experts have advised the public to refrain from eating fastfood meals to prevent further spread of the disease. They believe the epidemic is local as it might have started amongst some patients who probably consumed contaminated food. The experts said hepatitis A symptoms include feeling cold at the beginning, followed by sudden rise in temperature and liver enzyme levels, in addition to yellowish eyes.

Bio-hazard description:

Bacteria and viruses including Bacillus subtilis, canine hepatitis, Escherichia coli, varicella (chicken pox), as well as some cell cultures and non-infectious bacteria. At this level precautions against the biohazardous materials in question are minimal, most likely involving gloves and some sort of facial protection. Usually, contaminated materials are left in open (but separately indicated) waste receptacles. Decontamination procedures for this level are similar in most respects to modern precautions against everyday viruses (i.e.: washing one’s hands with anti-bacterial soap, washing all exposed surfaces of the lab with disinfectants, etc). In a lab environment, all materials used for cell and/or bacteria cultures are decontaminated via autoclave.

By far I have noticed many garbage containers which has the bio-hazard symbols on them, indicating they were once used at some labs, hospitals.  Should they be brought out to the public?