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Crowded apartments became hot spots as people came and left for work and those who fell sick struggled to find space to isolate.

Especially in Los Angeles, a hot spot for the coronavirus, any effort to throw up barriers to vaccination threatens to undermine the pandemic response, said Diana Shiba, president of the Los Angeles County Medical Association.

Physicians in Italy, another early hot spot, wondered whether diabetes diagnoses might follow, given the long-observed association between viral infections and the onset of diabetes.

Another idea, from Shan Soe-Lin and Robert Hecht at Yale, is to focus on coronavirus hot spots.

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Gloria said he also wants to expand web access at more city recreation centers and ramp up opportunities for residents to check out computers and wi-fi hot spots from city libraries.

At the age of 25, he became a partner in London's  Mahiki club, a favorite hot spot of Prince William and Harry.

For the latest in dining, try the new hot spot Agricola on Witherspoon Street.

Every season seems to bring a new viral hot spot and with it, a new geography of mosquitophobia.

A “hot spot” would strongly suggest cancer; no hot spot would mean the likelihood of cancer was incredibly low.

Samantha, as we learn this Canadian import is called, came over before the cast headed out to their favorite hot spot, Klutch.

At five thousand feet up and well away from the hot spot, Stan took stock.

Great guns, messmates, but if Flint was living this would be a hot spot for you and me!

The arrangement, moreover, secured at no cost a good vaporizer, or modern "hot spot."

After a rest the Canadians took over a new piece of line near Festubert, and a hot spot it was.

She did not look pale; there was a hot spot on either cheek—a spot of vivid rose.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hot spot, such as: asperity, bad news, bind, box, catch-22, and circumstance.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.