Pandemic sentence example

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  • From all these it finally disappeared about 1680, at the close of a period of pandemic prevalence.
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  • Will wearing a mask protect me from pandemic flu?
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  • In short, if we regard the history of this disease as a whole, it appears to have lost such power from the time of the Great Plague of London in 1665, which was part of a pandemic wave, until the present day.
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  • A flu pandemic occurred three times in the last century.
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  • And even in the East plague was confined to more or less clearly localized epidemics; it showed no power of pandemic diffusion.
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  • In the 1918-19 Spanish flu pandemic, the death toll reached a staggering 20 to 40 million worldwide.
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  • Experts believe the next influenza pandemic could result from such a mutation of virus strains.
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  • During 1918, there was a worldwide pandemic of a virulent strain of influenza.
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  • Declared a global pandemic in 2009, H1N1 cases have been noted in more than 205 countries, totaling more than 620,000 verified cases and leading to more than 8,000 deaths.
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  • Diffusion.-At the outset it is characteristic of this subtle disorder that the present pandemic diffusion cannot be traced with certainty to a definite time or place of origin.
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  • The Seattle and King County Department of Public Health has a free downloadable comic that talks about the influenza pandemic of 1918 and discusses emergency preparedness tips.
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  • LucasArts is the publisher of this much awaited action shooter, developed by Pandemic Studios.
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  • Seasonal flu vaccines will not protect against pandemic flu.
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  • Maybe. U.S. health officials have estimated that up to 1.9 million Americans could be killed and nearly 10 million hospitalized by an avian bird flu pandemic.
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  • But it may be too early to begin comparisons to 1918, when a flu pandemic killed 50 million people.
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  • Agenda items SARS & Pandemic influenza contingency plans - Members were provided with an update on progress on these plans.
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  • There are a few concrete steps we can take together now to improve preparedness for an influenza pandemic.
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  • For a pandemic, however, Republican leaders would allow suits only if there was willful misconduct.
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  • A regional epidemic is shorter lived than a pandemic, lasting only several weeks.
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  • Health officials said preparation for an avian bird flu pandemic may help boost U.S. efforts against the annual flu outbreak and help save lives.
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  • It will include disasters such as pandemic illnesses, earthquakes or fires.
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  • These themes are particularly resonant within the current threats of a bird flu pandemic.
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  • Outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease virus serotype O in the UK caused by a pandemic strain.
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  • Should the WHO change the level of their global pandemic alert, the FCO will update travel advice accordingly.
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  • Emergence, spread and strategies for controlling the pandemic of cassava mosaic virus disease in east and central Africa.
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  • The UK's level of pandemic influenza preparedness is well advanced compared to many other countries.
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  • About the virus How can a normal flu virus become a pandemic flu virus?
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  • Unlike the 1957 and 1968 pandemic HAs, phylogenetic analyzes do not place the 1918 sequence in the avian clade.
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  • Should that happen, a global flu pandemic could develop, experts say.
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  • Bird flu or pandemic flu, the media has made the lot a mess.
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  • Documents available here include WHO press releases, fact sheets, pandemic preparedness plans, diagnostic manuals, and links to relevant Web resources.
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  • Sanofi pasteur has signed a contract with the Australian government for the supply of vaccine in the event of a pandemic influenza outbreak.
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  • Rapid action in both of these situations is thought by many influenza experts to have averted an influenza pandemic in humans.
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  • The new variant is likely to spread quickly and easily, triggering a deadly pandemic.
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  • Dire predictions have been made that a devastating influenza pandemic will occur any time soon.
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  • The American revolution, some historians now argue, was rooted in a pandemic of persecutory delusions.
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  • In 1918 the Royal Polytechnic had pure wool flannel belts to ward off the threat of the pandemic Spanish ' flu.
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  • Seasonal flu vaccines will not protect against pandemic flu vaccines will not protect against pandemic flu.
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  • Bird flu and pandemic influenza: what are the risks?
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  • How are we preparing ourselves to combat the next pandemic?
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  • The consequence of a bird flu pandemic could be likened to a small asteroid strike in its economic effects.
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  • Avian bird flu media reports have been filled with outbreak potential in recent weeks, with much press given to the threat of a pandemic, prompting President Bush to implement a plan to combat an outbreak of avian flu.
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