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Q: In Medieval Europe, it took a few years for the Black Death to consume all of Europe. In 2009 the H1N1 disease spread all over the world in a few months. Considering the information on the map, how
might the H1N1 virus have spread so quickly throughout the world? The virus was spread throughout the world by flocks of migratory birds. The virus was spread throughout the world via international airline travel. The virus was spread throughout the world via contaminated meat. The virus was spread throughout the world by infected street rats.
A: The virus was spread throughout the world via international airline travel.
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User: In Medieval Europe, it took a few years for the Black Death to consume all of Europe. In 2009 the H1N1 disease spread all over the world in a few months. Considering the information on the map, how might the H1N1 virus have spread so quickly throughout the world? The virus was spread throughout the world by flocks of migratory birds. The virus was spread throughout the world via international airline travel. The virus was spread throughout the world via contaminated meat. The virus was spread throughout the world by infected street rats.

Weegy: The virus was spread throughout the world via international airline travel.
rodnix|Points 242|

User: Why are people who are affected by communicable diseases told not to travel on airplanes? The high altitude contributes to the spread of the disease. The pressurized cabin can result in death for people infected. The dry air in the cabin makes the symptoms more severe. The tight cabin space makes it easier for the disease to spread.

Weegy: The tight cabin space makes it easier for the disease to spread.
jeifunk|Points 8007|

User: Why do developing nations tend to be more heavily affected by pandemics than developed nations? Developing nations are unable to resist the social problems of plague. Developing nations lack the resources to control the spread of disease. Developed nations place the burden of prevention on the developing nations. Developed nations are able to use armies to block borders and prevent spreading.

Weegy: Developing nations lack the resources to control the spread of disease.
jeifunk|Points 8007|

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