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Example sentences from the Web for transmissible
Early analysis suggests it may be as much as 70% more transmissible than other circulating strains.U.S. will now require COVID negative test for travelers departing from U.K.|Rachel King|December 25, 2020|Fortune
Scientists advising the UK government have speculated that it could be as much as 70% more transmissible than previously known versions.Don’t panic about the latest coronavirus mutations, say drug companies|David Rotman|December 23, 2020|MIT Technology Review
It’s unclear, however, whether all the observations together stem from a more transmissible virus, which could be harder to control.The new U.K. coronavirus variant is concerning. But don’t freak out|Erin Garcia de Jesus|December 22, 2020|Science News
British government scientists said on Saturday that tests had shown the new strain was 70% more transmissible than the original virus.The U.K. is facing a Christmas food crisis, as France closes border to trucks over mutant COVID-19 strain|Jeremy Kahn|December 21, 2020|Fortune
It’s 70% more transmissible than earlier variants, experts believe, and responsible for most new cases of Covid-19 in the region.The UK’s new coronavirus strain is already having a global impact|Hasit Shah|December 21, 2020|Quartz
The transmissibility of acquired diseases is a question involved in more of a haze of ignorance and loose thinking.Applied Eugenics|Paul Popenoe and Roswell Hill Johnson
The importance of use and disuse, and the transmissibility of their effects, would seem to supply a factor essential to evolution.The Whence and the Whither of Man|John Mason Tyler
Mr. Galton first took up the subject of the transmissibility of intellectual gifts in his 'Hereditary Genius' .
These results appear to conflict most seriously with the theory of the transmissibility of acquired modifications.Parallel Paths|Thomas William Rolleston
Because a parent dies before the development of the trait does not preclude its transmissibility to his offspring.How to Live|Irving Fisher and Eugene Fisk