The origins and spread of COVID-19 / John Allen.
Contributor(s): Gale (Firm).Series: Understanding the COVID-19 pandemic; Gale eBooks.Description: 1 online resource (64 pages) : color illustrations, charts.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781678200398.Subject(s): COVID-19 (Disease) -- Juvenile literature | COVID-19 (Disease) -- China -- Wuhan -- Juvenile literature | Epidemics -- Juvenile literatureAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Origins and spread of COVID-19.DDC classification: 614.5/92414 Online resources: Available via Gale eBooks. Click here to access
Includes bibliographical references and index.
chapter one. From Wuhan to the world -- chapter two. Growing alarm as the virus spreads -- chapter three. Successes and struggles in controlling the spread -- chapter four. Resurgence in the United States and elsewhere.
This book looks at how different nations responded to the COVID-19 threat. Some have fared better than others. Those that enacted strict and consistent protocols had far different outcomes from those that relied on a patchwork of measures.
Ages 14-18 ReferencePoint Press.
Description based on print version record.