The CDC’s term for a person who has a particularly contagious strain of a specific pathogen. See Typhoid Mary
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Prof Keith Willett, of NHS England, said: "With less than a month until family gatherings over the festive season, there is still time for parents to get super-spreader children vaccinated.
Working out how many people are likely to be infected by each super-spreader of Hepatitis C, as well as how soon they will be infected, has been a puzzle for over 20 years," he said.
This spark of ingenuity in an R&D lab started Momentive on a journey of scientific innovation that included the first true structural silicone glazing for architectural applications, the first silicone polyethers for textile treatment, laundry softeners and personal care products, and the first hydrolytically stable super-spreader silicones for pesticides.
Misdiagnosis of a case of SARS, particularly in a super-spreader in whom the disease symptoms may differ, could lead to rapid dissemination through the population.
This organosilicone super-spreader can help increase the spreading on most foliar surfaces and help provide better deposition and adhesion of spray droplets, resulting in higher pesticide efficacy and potentially allowing for lower spray volumes during pesticide applications.
Children, who are considered super-spreaders and are generally more susceptible to flu B, will continue to receive the nasal spray quadrivalent vaccine.
Dr Atherton said: "We know that children are super-spreaders of germs.
It indicated the first and 16th patients would be super-spreaders required to be quarantined more thoroughly.
The SIPR model is identical to SIR model however individuals labelled super-spreaders, P, are included with an additional differential equation for
Packed tightly in schools - and rarely all that hygienic - children are influenza super-spreaders.
When documenting the source of person-to-person transmission of SARS has been possible, a substantial proportion of cases have emanated from single persons, so-called super-spreaders (1).
Children are known to be super-spreaders of flu because they mix very closely with each other.