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Additionally, it largely doesn’t have asymptomatic transmission and has a fairly long incubation period of about a week.Smallpox used to kill millions of people every year. Here’s how humans beat it.|Kelsey Piper|February 5, 2021|Vox
These kinds of models can reveal a lot about diseases by inferring parameters such as their reproduction number, their incubation period, or their degree of asymptomatic spread.The Hard Lessons of Modeling the Coronavirus Pandemic|Jordana Cepelewicz|January 28, 2021|Quanta Magazine
While 11,000 people could potentially have been exposed, officials said incomplete contact-tracing information combined with the virus’s incubation period made it difficult to confirm instances in which people were infected on a flight.Delta Air Lines launches effort to improve contact tracing on international flights|Lori Aratani|December 4, 2020|Washington Post
The original 14-day quarantine period was chosen because the virus can have an incubation period of up to 14 days, meaning that it could take an infected person as long as two weeks to show symptoms.The key to getting people to stick to COVID quarantines? Shorten them.|Kat Eschner|November 25, 2020|Popular-Science
For one thing, if just 1% of expected travelers this holiday season contract coronavirus, they may spread it to more than 500,000 other people over the course of the next two to three weeks given its infectiousness and incubation period.It’s not too late: 5 ways to dramatically lower your COVID Thanksgiving risk|Sy Mukherjee|November 24, 2020|Fortune
And Sherriff and baby Agnes had passed the 21 days incubation period, proving they had not contracted Ebola.The Life of a Liberian Child with Ebola|Sarah Crowe|November 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Given the incubation period of the virus, we should know by the end of the week.What Ebola on a Plane Means for the U.S.|Kent Sepkowitz|August 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Most cases of Ebola occur after a brief one- to three-day incubation period.Two Americans Have Now Been Diagnosed With Ebola in Record Outbreak|Kent Sepkowitz|July 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The incubation period was twelve days; during that time it gave no sign.Islands of Space|John W Campbell
The disease might have an incubation period of nearly fifteen years, judging by the length of time it had taken to hit Durwood.
Somehow, the plague incubation period had been shortened to fit their life span; the disease was nothing if not adaptive.
Here we have the same incubation-period as in the Oxford fever, about fourteen days.A History of Epidemics in Britain (Volume I of II)|Charles Creighton
With each increase in glycerol level, motility was reduced during the incubation period.Preservation of Bull Semen at Sub-Zero Temperatures|N. L. VanDemark
British Dictionary definitions for incubation period
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The amount of time it takes for symptoms of a disease to appear after an individual is infected (see infection) with the pathogen that causes the disease.