Reports are that at least 16 performers have been infected, but the number may be as high as 100.
One in ten of its residents between the ages of 40 and 49 is infected.
A lot of prisoners began to get sick and there was a man with an open bullet wound that got infected.
Presumed to be infected with tuberculosis—potentially fatal and frighteningly infectious—she and Kowerski were released.
I discovered after he died he had been infected before I met him.
I got infected with her fears; it was as if I had caught an infection of disease.
At this time the seas of the north of Europe were infected by Scandinavian pirates.
White doctors had sharp lancets to draw blood, scalpels to cut into sick people's bodies, saws to cut off infected limbs.
The Marshalsea prison was "an infected pest house all the year long."
Ross was after him with a bound, scrambling up over the dump, followed by the others, who were infected by his excitement.
infect in·fect (ĭn-fěkt')
v. in·fect·ed, in·fect·ing, in·fects
To contaminate with a pathogenic microorganism or agent.
To communicate a pathogen or disease to another organism.
To invade and produce infection in an organ or body part.