It is the “don’t want” epidemic.
This meant the epidemic, while devastating, was localised.
Epidemic, an occurrence of disease that is temporarily of high prevalence.
She added, "Contact tracing is also very influential in epidemic control, as is case isolation."
The epidemic consisted of 8,098 cases of the disease and 774 deaths across at least 30 countries.
One of his last missions involved assisting the ministry of health in Liberia during the Ebola epidemic.
In time the population as a whole again reaches the point at which it is susceptible to epidemic disease.
With the epidemic and the calling and everything and people asking questions, I have been delaying everything."
It frequently occurs as an epidemic and most commonly affects young persons who are between 5 and 15 years of age.
"Only under the leadership of President Xi can we control this sudden epidemic, which has spread so quickly," Wang said.
"We should be getting ready for the next epidemic, and part of getting ready is to have a more equitable healthcare system."
Along with the coronavirus, the country will still confront a gun epidemic, an opioid epidemic, an obesity epidemic and an infodemic.
"We survived Reagan, the crack epidemic, the AIDS epidemic, the War on Drugs, mass incarceration, the S&L collapse all the while living on nothing but PB&J and ennui," responded Daryl Sturgis.
“Our sincere condolences go to the families of those who deceased in the Covid-19 epidemic, and we express deep sorrow to the compatriots and medical workers who lost their lives in the epidemic.”
Then there is the swish of Occam’s razor by John Iliffe in “The African AIDS Epidemic”, in which he writes that: “Africa had the worst epidemic because it had the first epidemic.”
The Joint Biosecurity Centre has recommended that the Covid-19 alert level should move from level 3 (a Covid-19 epidemic is in general circulation) to level 4 (a Covid-19 epidemic is in general circulation; transmission is high or rising exponentially).
"We could have a parallel epidemic of authoritarian and repressive measures following close if not on the heels of a health epidemic," Fionnuala Ni Aolain, the United Nations special rapporteur on counterterrorism and human rights, told The New York Times on Monday.
“The survey results show that the population of our country is generally at a low level of infection, indicating that the epidemic control, with Wuhan as the main battlefield, has been successful and effectively prevented the large-scale spread of the epidemic,” it said.
A delayed complication of epidemic typhus is Brill-Zinsser disease, or recrudescent typhus, in which mild symptoms of epidemic louse-borne typhus reappear after a latent period, sometimes of many years, in persons who at one time had contracted epidemic typhus.
The National Bureau of Statistics for China said in a statement: "Given the continuous spread of the epidemic globally, the evolving huge impact of the epidemic on the global economy and the noticeably mounting external risks and challenges, the national economic recovery was still under pressure."
- a widespread outbreak of an infectious disease; many people are infected at the same time
- (especially of medicine) of disease or anything resembling a disease; attacking or affecting many individuals in a community or a population simultaneously
Example: an epidemic outbreak of influenza
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