People are forced into overcrowded camps and public buildings, and spread of communicable diseases is facilitated.
Every duck, chicken and goose on the island had to be killed, and Webster considered it ‘a near miss for our species’: the strain could pass from animals to humans but wasn't communicable between humans themselves.
This understanding should be communicable to others, at least in the form of examples, and possibly (preferably) in the form of some general theory of software quality.
The women and children suffer from malnutrition, communicable diseases, lack of hygiene and sanitation facilities.
In addition to paediatrics and infectious and communicable diseases, he long fostered an interest in environmental hazards, such as air pollution.
This is why they are called infectious or communicable diseases.
The success of the immunization programs against these highly communicable diseases have wiped them from our collective memory.
The importance of people taking medicines extends beyond individuals to communities when medicines are crucial for treatment of communicable diseases and prevention of transmission.
While it is a serious step to limit a person's freedom of movement, there seems to be little alternative in the case of highly infectious communicable diseases.
Services that are important for public health (such as treatment of communicable diseases, immunisation of children, family planning, antenatal care) are often exempt from fees.