A set of training materials for professionals working in intervention epidemiology, public health microbiology and infection control and hospital hygiene.
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A person or other living animal, including birds and arthropods, that offers subsistence or lodging to an infectious agent under natural conditions. A transport host is a carrier in which the organism remains alive but does not undergo development.
A primary host is where a parasite reaches maturity or passes its sexual stage. A secondary host is where a parasite is in a larval or asexual stage.
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