Our New COVID-19 Vocabulary—What Does It All Mean?


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Our New COVID-19 Vocabulary—What Does It All Mean?

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Before the pandemic, most people didn't know many of the terms associated with epidemic diseases and SARS-type viruses. In order to understand what was happening, people had to quickly acquire a whole new vocabulary. This article from Yale Medicine helps define some of the most critical and widely used terms.

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