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We can’t change the climate, we can’t change the seasons, so what we have to do is adapt to transmission.
Outside of these hot spots, transmission in China has remained very limited since March.
Only a few bacteria make it into the true germline, but it’s enough to guarantee transmission to the next generation of ants.
The Creek Fire in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, which has scorched more than 78,000 acres, knocked out transmission from a hydro plant on Saturday.
Doing it all without having to shut down electricity service from time to time will require overhauling the state’s antiquated distribution and transmission systems, which could take years and cost billions.
If an asymptomatic person tests positive, public health officials can ask them to isolate from others and begin the process of contact tracing in order to break chains of transmission.
The rate of transmission was going down, the county was testing more.
Although increased airflow outside means a lower chance of transmission, face coverings further reduce risk.
The technology—power transmission via microwave energy—has been around for decades.
While interventions like cohorts, social distancing and wearing masks can help reduce coronavirus transmission on their own to some extent, each method has limitations.

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