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The dengue flu was introduced in Arizona through infected blood produc

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The dengue flu was introduced in Arizona through infected blood products. The disease spreads through contact and can have serious implications on the overall health infrastructure. To contain the spread of disease, the government is launching a public awareness campaign, urging people to report as soon as they experience probable symptoms.

Which of the following provides the greatest support for the government's statement that the spread of disease will be contained through the awareness campaign?

A- Dengue flu worsens in a few days to an extent that the person needs to be hospitalized.
B- Most people are afraid of the disease and are motivated to limit the spread of the same.
C- The disease cannot be treated by over the counter medicine and requires prescription drugs.
D- The spread of the disease threatens Arizona's economy, which is manufacturing base that requires people to come in contact.
E- During the first few hours of the disease, the symptoms of this disease cannot be diagnosed easily.

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The dengue flu was introduced in Arizona through infected blood products. The disease spreads through contact and can have serious implications on the overall health infrastructure. To contain the spread of disease, the government is launching a public awareness campaign, urging people to report as soon as they experience probable symptoms.

Which of the following provides the greatest support for the government's statement that the spread of disease will be contained through the awareness campaign?

A- Dengue flu worsens in a few days to an extent that the person needs to be hospitalized.
B- Most people are afraid of the disease and are motivated to limit the spread of the same.
C- The disease cannot be treated by over the counter medicine and requires prescription drugs.
D- The spread of the disease threatens Arizona's economy, which is manufacturing base that requires people to come in contact.
E- During the first few hours of the disease, the symptoms of this disease cannot be diagnosed easily.


We need to strengthen that public awareness campaign will be successful . Now the campaign is completely relying on the people awareness and pro-activeness of reporting the illness.

only B does that ..Anyhow( because of fear) people will report the illness .Govt plan will work ...
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Imo B this is a very easy question
If people are afraid of the disease then they are going to report it.
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The dengue flu was introduced in Arizona through infected blood products. The disease spreads through contact and can have serious implications on the overall health infrastructure. To contain the spread of disease, the government is launching a public awareness campaign, urging people to report as soon as they experience probable symptoms.

Which of the following provides the greatest support for the government's statement that the spread of disease will be contained through the awareness campaign?

A- Dengue flu worsens in a few days to an extent that the person needs to be hospitalized.
B- Most people are afraid of the disease and are motivated to limit the spread of the same.
C- The disease cannot be treated by over the counter medicine and requires prescription drugs.
D- The spread of the disease threatens Arizona's economy, which is manufacturing base that requires people to come in contact.
E- During the first few hours of the disease, the symptoms of this disease cannot be diagnosed easily.


Conclusion : Government is launching public awareness campaign to contain the spread of disease.
Premise: disease spreads through contact and can have serious implications on health.

Gap: Government and people area aware of implications ?
or Government and people are determined to fight this situation.

A- Dengue flu worsens in a few days to an extent that the person needs to be hospitalized. Extreme statement. Moreover such fact is neither concluded nor mentioned in statement.
B- Most people are afraid of the disease and are motivated to limit the spread of the same. Correct Answer. Matches to gap identified above. People are aware and want to fight the situation.
C- The disease cannot be treated by over the counter medicine and requires prescription drugs. Out of scope.
D- The spread of the disease threatens Arizona's economy, which is manufacturing base that requires people to come in contact. Out of scope.
E- During the first few hours of the disease, the symptoms of this disease cannot be diagnosed easily. Weakening the statement.

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