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The article talks mostly about a situation in a health facility. Needs generalization – any person/human can be a source of infection, not just a „patient“ or „employee“. Simply changing the term would not do - parts of the text are specific for a health facility – keep them as example for a health facility environment but revise the text as such into more general. Use information from your teacher’s text available at the webpage of the Institute of Hygiene & Epidemiology of the 1st Faculty of Medicine UK: Schejbalová M. Introduction to epidemiology of infectious diseases. Available at Make a note about the difference about what means „a source“in Czech literature (man, animal, exceptionally environment e.g. legionella) and in English. Explain what is fomite – if used. In our undestanding a fomite is not a source of infection. Add sources/reference literature that you used. --MUDr. Eva Kudlová, CSc. 09:37, 14 March 2012 (CET)