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Understanding population prevalence also helps guide public health actions.
As with a similar boom in gold ETFs, the heightened interest in silver-backed funds owes much to the increased prevalence of ETFs in general over the past decade.
Many researchers agree, for example, that when the positivity rate in a community climbs higher than 10 percent, or prevalence increases higher than 25 new cases daily per 100,000, it’s a sign that testing might not be enough to curb the spread.
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For many workers, the new prevalence of remote work is in line with a desire they’d already expressed, to be less tied to offices that were often located in city centers, a long commute from people’s homes.
Interestingly enough, Homer makes a full description of such boar tusk helmet types and their prevalence in the Trojan War.
One example of this high trust, or at least of less friction between employers and employees in Norway, is the prevalence of labor unions.
Eusebius, an eye-witness of the last persecution, states that innumerable multitudes suffered during its prevalence.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
The previous winter had been remarkably mild, and after the prevalence of the March winds followed extreme heat.
The remarkable feature of the latter disease is its wide prevalence.
We are not aware of the prevalence of it until we go in search of it.
AMATEUR GARDENCRAFTEBEN E. REXFORD

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