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Other research has hypothesized that masks can filter out some of the virus-carrying particles, reducing the viral dose and how ill the wearer may become.

Masking, social distancing and limited capacity can reduce the risk of transmission indoors but cannot eliminate it.

The experts made the recommendation after the results of a global trial sponsored by the WHO, called Solidarity, found last month that remdesivir didn’t reduce deaths.

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The city’s only free skating rink will reduce capacity by one-third and requires reservations for skating and rentals.

Some have highlighted the decline in emissions this year as a positive sign for our collective ability to rapidly change behaviors and practices in ways that could reduce the risks of climate change.

Getting men to do their share of care and domestic work is a key overlooked strategy in reducing poverty.

This represents major progress in reducing conflict financing.

Yeah, I mean, as far as Maggie goes, her reducing a church to just “four walls and a roof” says a lot about the character.

It's also become the largest energy producer in the world, even while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Victorious Republican Gov. Nathan Deal boasted of his progress in reducing the number of incarcerated black men in Georgia.

The discharge-valve was then opened for a moment, allowing a blast of steam to escape, reducing the pressure say to one-half.

The children succeeded in catching the dog and reducing him to order, although it was clear he liked very much to chase hens.

The necessity of reducing these pirates is acknowledged in every prince's cabinet; yet no one undertakes their reduction.

Dressed Monte's withers with liniment greatly reducing swelling from saddle-gall.

It contains directions for draining, clearing, and inclosing a farm, and for enriching the soil and reducing it to tillage.


On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reducing, such as: abbreviating, compressing, condensing, contracting, contraction, and decreasing.

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