AIDS is a pandemic, as it is worldwide
HIV infection in humans is considered pandemic by WHO.Source: Wiki
leprosy is a pandemic disease
No it is Epidemic
The black death was epidemic.
Epidemic means the spread of disease at the city or country level, while Pandemic is the spread at the continental level.
HIV and Aids is considered a pandemic in some occasions. As of 2008 over 1 Million people in the United States have the disease. According to the World Health Organization over 35 Million people are infected with HIV/AIDS.
no, it is an epidemic only.
Ebola would be an epidemic. The difference between a pandemic and an epidemic is the population size and locality of infection. An epidemic is a greater than normal amount of infection in a particular area or when infection occurs in an area that isn't normally associated with a certain disease. A pandemic is when the epidemic reaches to world wide proportions.
pandemic is (a disease) prevalent to a whole country or world whereas epidemic is specific to a community at a certain time.
Pandemic means global epidemic.
A pandemic is a widespread epidemic - which hits a wide geographical area and affects a large amount of the population.
Pandemic: A fast spreading disease or epidemic The pandemic wiped out the entire country in 2 weeks.
epidemic, academic, nonacademic
The disease AIDS is currently considered a pandemic. It classifies as this due to it being a problem in a large area of the world and it's constant spreading.
The aids epidemic had a huge impact on the cold war, the impact was caused by aids
Preventing an epidemic from going pandemic is crucial to order in the city.
If an epidemic becomes widespread, it becomes a pandemic.
AIDS is a virus, not a disease. You can only contract AIDS by first having HIV (Human immunodeficiency virus). HIV/AIDScould be considered an epidemic by the millions of people who have died from the virus and our inability to control/cure it. Scientists have never been able to locate where HIV was 'born'.
The epidemic that occurred in 1919 is the Influenza Pandemic and is sometimes called The Great Pandemic because it infected 500 million people and 100 million of them died.