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1. The 2019 novel coronavirus, abbreviated as 2019-nCov, is a new strain of coronavirus discovered in the human body and Outbreaked in Wuhan in the end of 2019

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2. An egg-associated SE Outbreaked in US in 2010, led to a nationwide recall of more than 500 millions eggs with nearly 2,752 reported illnesses

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4. [Clinical Characteristics of Extended-spectrum beta-lactamase Producing Shigella sonnei Infection Outbreaked in Chungju Area.]

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5. As the COVID-19 Outbreaked, Singclean Medical has pushed all-in to research the medical methods to detect the COVID-19

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6. “Year 3826, an unknown type of virus has Outbreaked, it may seems to be harmless at first, but it ruins one’s mind” "Since you can't trust who's infected and who's not, the Government had ordered a massive attack upon all cities, all survivors, be they infected or not, will be gunned down.

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7. Coronavirus has Outbreaked in China since January

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8. Coronavirus Outbreaked! Hongkong is ruined! Therefore, the Hongkong government called Jackie Chan's relative "Woo" for the massacre of the reds

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OUTBREAKED [ˈoutˌbrāk]

NOUN
outbreak (noun) · outbreaks (plural noun)

  • the sudden or violent start of something unwelcome, such as war, disease, etc..
Synonyms: eruption . flare-up . upsurge . outburst . epidemic . breakout . rash . wave . spate . flood . explosion . burst . blaze . flurry . recrudescence . ebullition . boutade . start . beginning . onset . opening . outset . inception . dawn . genesis . commencement .

Frequently Asked Questions

What to do during an outbreak?

After 2 doses nearly 9 out of 10 people are protected during an outbreak. Cover your cough or sneeze as is usual, when you’re ill! Wash your hands often with soap and water, or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Don’t share food, drinks, cups or utensils with other.

What is considered an outbreak by CDC?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an outbreak is the occurrence of more cases of a disease than would normally be expected in a specific place or group of people over a given period of time. Outbreaks can range from food poisoning to enterovirus to seasonal flu.

What is outbreak investigation?

An outbreak investigation is the process of getting to the root of an epidemic and cutting it off at an early stage when possible.