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indirect contact

Transmission of a communicable disease by any medium between the host and the susceptible person. The medium may be contaminated food or water; medical supplies; the hands of a health care worker; clothing; or an arthropod vector. See: fomes
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It is spread either by nose-to-nose contact or indirect contact such a sneeze, water buckets or a person's hands, clothes, or footwear.
About the reactions of some, regarding the published posts of Twitter, he said "We accept the opinion and the other opinion, and it is desirable not to be in a non-moral way, and it is desirable that the opinion be constructive and enlightened by it," In light of the difficulties and obstacles that led to the presentation of the results of the talks regarding the formation of the government on the religious authority and the clans, he replied to the questioner, "Your analysis is inaccurate." On the false news that published and said, "There are indirect contact channels for Washington with him," he replied by saying, "We are people did not and will not give up our constants."/ End
Sadr was asked on Saturday about Washington's indirect contact with his Sairoon (Marching Towards Reform) bloc through some of the alliance's members about the formation of a new Iraqi government, presstv reported.
In a short reply, the prosecutor told the court to, while considering the bail, ensure that the defendant would not have any direct or indirect contact with the victim.
According to the sources, the KCCI is considering plans to push for indirect contact with the North Korean Chamber of Commerce through the International Chamber of Commerce or direct dialogue with the North Korean business body should the summits be held as agreed upon.
She allegedly breached the order by indirect contact on May 4.
Secondly there is indirect contact, whereby compressed air is exhausted into the local atmosphere during food preparation, production, processing, packaging or storage.
In the indirect contact animals, Pr[P.sup.Sc] was present in the brain but restricted to the dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus nerve and area postrema.
Magistrates made a 28-day order banning Delaney from making any direct or indirect contact with his wife.
"Jumpstart Your Customer Service--10 Jolts to Boost Your Customer Service" is a practical resource and will benefit business leaders, small business owners, corporate customer service managers, as well as individual employees at every level who have a direct or indirect contact with customers.
As well as telling him not to have any direct or indirect contact with any woman, officials have ordered Clark not to go into any shops and to keep a phone with him at all times to tell the authorities where he is.
It added that the visit "opens indirect contact with Israel which is run by the "Zionists".