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1. What is an epidemic?
Cure for a deadly disease
b. Fatal diseases
d. Non-infectious diseases
2. What is an example of epidemic?
3. What is the difference between epidemics and pandemics?
Epidemics only occurs in one area, while pandemics are
b. Epidemics is infections, while pandemics cannot be transmitted
person to person
Epidemics are not fatal, while pandemics are fatal
d. Epidemics have cures, while pandemics are incurable
4. Which of the following is a widely known epidemic?
b. The White Death
The Unexpected Death
d. The Black Death
5. What of the following is the correct definition of
Endemics are non fatal diseases
b. Endemics exist permanently in a country or region
Endemics are diseases that affect only small children
d. Endemics can only be passed from animal to person
6. Epidemic can be cured by:
7. Which is the common insect that transmit epidemic?
8. When did the Black Death start?
9. 9. Who invented Penicillin?
Sir Alexander Fleming
b. Sir John Fleming
Sir Ian Fleming
d. Sir Robert Fleming
10. 10. What is NOT a
precautionary measure you can take to prevent epidemics from occurring?
No sharing of needles
b. Holding hands
No sharing of towels
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