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In 2009-2010 a new and very different virus (H1N1) spread worldwide. This global infection is referred to as A) a pandemic. B) an epidemic. C) endemic. D) none of the above
In 2009-2010 a new and very different virus (H1N1) spread worldwide. This global infection is referred to as a pandemic.
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In 2009-2010 a new and very different virus (H1N1) spread worldwide. This global infection is referred to as a pandemic.
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