But since such outbreaks are inevitable, Dr.
In the US, meat-packing factories became an epicentre for outbreaks.
"They do not have the capacity to sustain for outbreaks that last for months.
Sierra Leone and Guinea both had much larger outbreaks and it took a little longer.
State health officials say they don't know how many outbreaks have occurred in salons.
The prohibition has not been lifted, even as Europe has largely contained its outbreaks.
In the past decade, homeless communities in Illinois and Florida have faced tuberculosis outbreaks as well.
The graph above aligns the US's and Italy's outbreaks based on the day each reported its 149th coronavirus case.
Later outbreaks in Uganda in 2000 and in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2002 also resulted in several hundred deaths.
In recent days, Spanish hoteliers and travel operators have reported more booking cancellations since the new outbreaks and lockdowns were announced.
And so we’re seeing universities that in a sense fostered virus outbreaks by reopening have to keep the virus outbreaks under control by keeping students on campus.
"Dataminr's approach to anticipating outbreaks is notable and welcomed," he said, likening it to data from the digital-thermometer maker Kinsa, which is also being harnessed to forecast outbreaks.
With the Department for Education refusing to release data on outbreaks in schools, UCU has put the government and universities on notice that we will be monitoring outbreaks in colleges and universities.
"It is well overdue that we have local control for local outbreaks because going forward six or nine months we will have such outbreaks in Manchester, Birmingham, other big cities, so it's better to grease up and oil the machinery of local responsiveness."
Two outbreaks on cruise ships early in the pandemic have been detrimental to the cruise industry, with passengers dying after outbreaks on both the Diamond Princess, which was quarantined by Japan, and the Grand Princess, which eventually docked in California.
In New Zealand, which has managed to virtually eradicate the virus and installed robust systems to monitor new outbreaks, there may be no significant new outbreaks or future waves at all, says Nick Wilson, a professor of public health at the University of Otago.
Local authorities and public health officials have been complaining for weeks that they are being hampered in efforts to combat and prevent local outbreaks by lack of access to “named patient data” which would allow them to get straight to the sources of local outbreaks.
"They're a closed setting but actually we see very few outbreaks in schools, large outbreaks, and actually there's very little transmission from child to child or child to adult, actually much of the transmission in schools is from adults bringing it in, particularly staff.
Figures released by Public Health England last week show there had been 3,549 outbreaks in workplaces, including offices, factories and construction sites, since July, and there were 100 outbreaks last week, despite the country still being in lockdown, with only essential workers supposed to be travelling to work.
Demand has plummeted across airline networks, not just to destinations where there are currently viral outbreaks, as business and leisure customers become concerned about committing to travel plans without knowing where future outbreaks may occur, or worrying about exposure to infected people in airports and on airplanes.
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Demand has plummeted across airline networks not just to destinations where there are currently viral outbreaks as business and leisure customers become concerned about committing to travel plans without knowing where future outbreaks may occur or worrying about exposure to infected people in airports and on airplanes