What is another word for Transmissibility?

Pronunciation: [tɹansmˌɪsəbˈɪlɪti] (IPA)

Transmissibility is a term used to describe the tendency of an infectious disease to spread from one person to another. Its synonyms include contagiousness, infectivity, and communicability. The transmissibility of a disease is influenced by factors such as the mode of transmission, the infectious dose, and the duration of contagiousness. Other related terms include viral load, the amount of virus present in the body, and incubation period, the time between infection and the onset of symptoms. Public health measures such as vaccination, quarantine, and social distancing can help to reduce the transmissibility of infectious diseases and prevent their spread in communities.

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Usage examples for Transmissibility

This accounts for the slow Transmissibility of the disease from one animal to another.
"Special Report on Diseases of Cattle"
U.S. Department of Agriculture J.R. Mohler
On these and similar phenomena depend the relative permanency and Transmissibility of the variations.
"Disease in Plants"
H. Marshall Ward
We are not going to enter here into the controversies over the Transmissibility of acquired characters; still less do we wish to take too definite a side on this question, which is not within our province.
"Creative Evolution"
Henri Bergson

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