Molecular epidemiology investigation can be a powerful tool in developing sensitive diagnostic tools in the management of individual infections and most importantly in tracking transmission patterns and the spread and evolution of the epidemic 4 Molecular epidemiology research in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is at an early stage of development and has yet to contribute to Epidemiology G intestinalis is This is significant method of transmission confirmed by the high incidence of G intestinalis outbreaks in day cares and nurseries (12) These outbreaks do not show any seasonality but rather reflect the close contact between young children who are significantly more likely to pass the parasite fecal-orally (12) source:

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Through our review of published data we believe the epidemiology of reported toxoplasmosis outbreaks has changed over the past 20 years Consequently we suggest that greater attention be paid to the production and disinfection of vegetables to the quality of drinking and irrigation water and to the adoption of legislation for tracking outbreaks with the aim of eliminating transmission

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02/07/2020OBJECTIVE: To identify the epidemiological characteristics and transmission patterns of pediatric patients with the 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in China METHODS: Nationwide case series of 2135 pediatric patients with COVID-19 reported to the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention from January 16 2020 to February 8 2020 were included

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Context – transmission There is direct evidence of contact and droplet transmission of COVID-19 Flow physics and experimental models suggest but have not demonstrated airborne transmission Epidemiological data on infection rates and transmission patterns are difficult to reconcile with long-range aerosol-based transmission Where symptomatic patients are cared for no studies to date

Technological and analytical advances can enhance traditional epidemiological methods to study the emergence epidemiology and transmission dynamics of viruses and associated diseases Social media are increasingly used to detect the emergence and geographic spread of viral disease outbreaks Large-scale population movement can be estimated using satellite imagery and mobile phone use and

Epidemiology of COVID-19 Among Children in China To identify the epidemiological characteristics and transmission patterns of pediatric patients with the 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in China METHODS:Nationwide case series of 2135 pediatric patients with COVID-19 reported to the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention from January 16 2020 to February 8 2020

Differences between the epidemiology of AIDS cases in Africa and that in Western societies have prompted speculation regarding risk factors that may be unique to Africa Because of the age and distribution of AIDS cases in Africa emphasis has been placed on sexual transmission of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) Factors thought to influence this sexual transmission include

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Differences between the epidemiology of AIDS cases in Africa and that in Western societies have prompted speculation regarding risk factors that may be unique to Africa Because of the age and distribution of AIDS cases in Africa emphasis has been placed on sexual transmission of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) Factors thought to influence this sexual transmission include