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Coronavirus Vocabulary

  1. 3. Soft paper which is used for cleaning, especially your nose, and is thrown away after use.
  2. 4. Covering for all or part of the face which protects, hides or decorates the person wearing it.
  3. 5. When something moves to cover a larger area or affect a larger number of people.
  4. 7. A disease in a part of your body that is caused by bacteria or a virus.
  5. 8. A highly infectious respiratory disease caused by a new coronavirus.
  6. 10. The period between infection and the appearance of signs of disease.
  7. 11. A medical condition in which the body temperature is higher than usual and the heart beats very fast.
  8. 12. A strict isolation imposed to prevent the spread of disease.
  9. 14. To clean something using water.
  10. 16. Feelings of illness or physical or mental change which is caused The process of getting back something lost especially health, ability, possessions, etc.
  11. 17. A disease prevalent throughout an entire country, continent, or the whole world.
  12. 19. any of a group of RNA viruses that cause a variety of diseases in humans and other animals.
  13. 22. Showing that you are strong and well.
  14. 23. A substance which contains a form that is not harmful of a virus or bacterium and which is given to a person or animal to prevent them from getting the disease which the virus or bacterium causes.
  15. 24. The degree to which people keep themselves or their environment clean, especially to prevent disease
  1. 1. When you stop something from happening or stop someone from doing something.
  2. 2. The complete separation from others of a person suffering from contagious or infectious disease.
  3. 6. A person with a medical degree whose job is to treat people who are ill or hurt.
  4. 9. To remove dirt from something.
  5. 10. The cells and tissues in the body which make it able to protect itself against infection.
  6. 13. A masklike device, usually of gauze, worn over the mouth (or nose and mouth) to prevent the inhalation of noxious substances or the like.
  7. 15. The act or process of taking air into your lungs and releasing it.
  8. 18. To make someone with an illness healthy again.
  9. 19. To force air out of your lungs through your throat with a short loud sound.
  10. 20. A substance used for washing the body which is usually hard, often has a pleasant smell, and produces a mass of bubbles when rubbed with water.
  11. 21. A person who is receiving medical care, or who is cared for by a particular doctor or dentist when necessary.