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Dictation practice 6th Form Ms. Cecilia
For thousands of years, there were no epidemic diseases. However, when people started living in towns, infections could spread more easily.
When traders and armies travelled from city to city, they brought bacteria and viruses with them and spread infections to new populations.
Children were in the greatest danger, in the nineteenth century, 50% of children died before the age of five.
Most infections are spread in the same way, bacteria or viruses are passed on by coughing, sneezing or by touching food with infected hands.
END People began to understand this as early as the 1300s. During the plague in Milan, the streets were regularly cleaned and the clothes of plague victims were burned.
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