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|coronavirus||n: a large family of viruses that can cause illness in humans and animals, which name comes from the crown-like spikes on the surface of the virus, which can be seen under a microscope, and COVID-19 is caused by a specific type of coronavirus known as SARS-CoV-2|
|pandemic||n: an outbreak of a disease that affects many people over a very wide area|
|infectious||adj: able to be passed quickly from one person, animal, or plant to another, especially through air or water|
|disease||n: a disorder or illness that affects the body or mind, often characterized by specific symptoms or abnormal functioning of organs or systems|
|outbreak||n: a sudden start of something, usually a disease or something dangerous or unpleasant|
|quest||n: a long or challenging search for something|
|disrupt||v: to prevent or stop something, especially an event, activity, or process, from continuing in the usual way by causing a problem or disturbance|
|isolate||v: to physically or socially separate someone or something from other people or things|
|opportune||adj: suitable or happening at a time that is suitable or convenient for a particular purpose|
|exposure||n: the state of being in a particular situation or place where there is no protection from or guarantee to something harmful; the disclosure of something secret|
|quarantine||n: a state of isolation imposed on people or animals to prevent the spread of disease|
|transmission||n: the act or process of sending something from one person or place to another; the process of broadcasting over the airwaves, as in radio or television|
|remarkable||adj: worthy of attention because unusual or special|
|infection||n: a condition in which pathogenic microorganisms or viruses have entered the body|
|undetected||adj: not perceived or discovered|
|capture||v: to catch a person or an animal and confine them in an area which they cannot escape|
|chunk||n: a thick and solid mass or piece of something|
|massive||adj: enormous amount; very heavy and solid|
|interaction||n: the act of connecting with someone, mainly when working, playing, or spending time with them|
|virus||n: a tiny infectious organic material that causes disease in people, animals, and plants|
|closure||n: the situation that a company, organization, etc. has ceased operations permanently|
|attempt||n: an act or effort of trying to do something, especially something difficult|
|degree||n: a unit of measurement for angles, temperature, or level of proficiency or achievement; a rank or level of academic or professional attainment|
|dramatic||adj: very sudden, very excellent, or full of action and excitement|
|aerosol||n: a substance enclosed under pressure and released as a fine spray, typically one used for medical purposes or cosmetic application|
|distance||n: the amount of space between two points, measured in units such as miles, meters, or kilometers; the extent, scope, or range between two things, such as distance or emotional distance|
|tight||adj: fixed, fastened, or kept together firmly or closely|
|knit||v: to make a garment or fabric by interlocking loops of yarn with needles or a machine|
|extent||n: the point or degree or area to which something extends|
|intervention||n: the action or process of being done to improve or help a circumstance, often they have not been asked to do so|
|incur||v: to suffer from something, usually something negative, such as a loss, cost, or financial burden; to become subject to something as a result of one’s actions or conduct|
|economy||n: the system by which a country or region produces manages, and distributes goods and services, including the money and finances involved in these activities; (of an airline) the lowest-priced, most basic option for seating in commercial travel|
|psychology||n: the scientific study of mind and behavior|
|burden||n: a duty, responsibility, etc. that is oppressive or worrisome; a load, typically a heavy one that is difficult to carry|
|maintain||v: to continue to uphold or sustain; to keep in a particular state or condition; to assert or declare something to be true|
|trade-off||n: a balance achieved between two desirable but incompatible features; an exchange that occurs as a compromise|
|prevention||n: the action, process, or strategy of stopping something undesirable or harmful from happening; the act of preventing, interfering, or hindering unwanted events or outcomes|
|organization||n: a group of people who work together for a shared purpose|