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Consuming water can be obtained from a variety of sources, including waterways, pools, wells, and pretend reservoirs. A significant obstacle to human fitness is contamination of these water sources. To evaluate the value of inhaled water, additional physicochemical constraints and a few metal levels are required. As a result, the study's objective is to evaluate the quality of the water in Iraq's Kurdistan region's Duhok governorate. Determining the bacterial adulteration that involves roughly the total number of coliform microorganisms (TC) fecal coliform is a part of the study. Water samples (1374) were gathered from various locations and springs in Duhok Governorate in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and tested for MPNF, E. coli, and MPNT, between January 2019 and December 2021, they were gathered from the reservoir, deep well, spring, Duhok dam, and network. The results As seen in (Tables 1, 2, 3, 4), regarding the microbial test, the total coliform microorganisms, the study's findings revealed that a few biological principles were not within the agreeable benefit of the Iraqi drink and WHO.