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Origin of communicable
OTHER WORDS FROM communicablecom·mu·ni·ca·bil·i·ty, com·mu·ni·ca·ble·ness, nouncom·mu·ni·ca·bly, adverb
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Since the pandemic began, researchers have been drawing parallels between the novel coronavirus and influenza, since the flu is also highly communicable and is responsible for so many hospitalizations and deaths in the US each year.
In February, the California Department of Veterans Affairs created a 37-step risk reduction plan that addressed staff training and the prevention of communicable diseases.As pandemic raged and thousands died, government regulators cleared most nursing homes of infection-control violations|Debbie Cenziper, Joel Jacobs, Shawn Mulcahy|October 29, 2020|Washington Post
Contracting a communicable disease could have psychological impacts that change how people view and manage risk.How getting Covid-19 affected world leaders’ pandemic response|Alexandra Ossola|October 2, 2020|Quartz
While contact tracing is not a new public health strategy — it’s been used for decades to track the spread of various communicable diseases — public health officials see it as a key, especially paired with testing.What’s It Like to Be a Contact Tracer? We Spoke With 3 to Find Out.|by Logan Jaffe|October 1, 2020|ProPublica
Vaccines protect your child from serious communicable diseases including brain infections, pneumonia, bloodstream infections and, in the case of the HPV and hepatitis B vaccines, even some types of cancer.Your Child’s Vaccines: What You Need To Know About Catching Up During The COVID-19 Pandemic|LGBTQ-Editor|September 30, 2020|No Straight News
The presence of false membranes in one form of mammitis in cows does not necessarily imply its communicability to man.Special Report on Diseases of Cattle|U.S. Department of Agriculture