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The spread of an infectious disease within a couple of weeks or less in a given population is called an epidemic. An epidemic affects people in one location. Most of these infections are viral. These viruses can spread through air, water, sweat, urine, and vomit. With increasing population and traveling to other countries and places has become so easy, the risk of virus spread is more. Deforestation and climate changes are resulting in animals that carry viruses to migrate to other areas and spread infection. Previously, such outbreaks went unrecognized, but due to advances in technology, the prevalence of such an epidemic is better understood.