Why you need to stay indoors in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak
The coronavillosis outbreak is now the most severe since the pandemic started.
The virus is causing an estimated 4.7 million cases worldwide, and it has sickened nearly 400,000 people.
It has also killed at least 4,800 people and infected over 1.2 million.
Here are some tips for keeping yourself and loved ones safe.
Read moreThe outbreak began on March 12, with cases in France and Spain and now stretches to the United States, according to the World Health Organization.
The outbreak is a global health emergency that requires immediate attention and a strong response by governments, according the U.N. The U.S. government has declared a national emergency and sent more than 100,000 National Guard troops to help protect the country.
The governors of Texas, Florida, North Carolina, and Kentucky have also called for increased state and federal aid.
As of Sunday, 1.4 million people had been infected and 6,600 cases have been confirmed, according a CDC tally.
More than 4,700 people have died.
“Our first reaction is not panic,” Gov.
Bill Haslam said in a statement.
“This is not a pandemic.
We’re not even close to the end.
This is a crisis that we need to respond to with a national, global approach.”
The outbreak has hit many communities hard, including in the heartland, where the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 1.7% of the population is infected.
But some communities in Texas have seen little or no change in their infection rates, even though the virus has killed more people.
Some people in the Houston area, where there have been nearly 20,000 confirmed cases, are still waiting for a test to see if they are infected.
“We have been living in a very, very, low-income neighborhood,” said David A. Rizzo, a social worker.
“The people in our neighborhood are very poor.
We’ve never had any health problems, so we’re very comfortable.”
But he said he hopes to be able to get back to his family in Texas by Friday.
“I’m going to take some time off,” he said.
“I’m still feeling a little bit sore.
We need to get our bodies back into shape.
I’ve got some more work to do to make sure I can do it.”
The U.K. has seen a few cases, including one in the West Midlands, where a 23-year-old woman from North Wales died on Saturday.
Officials say she was infected after visiting the local hospital.
The U of I has also seen a spike in the number of confirmed cases in recent days, with several new infections reported on Monday.
Officials in the U of U have been monitoring the outbreak closely, and said it is still unclear how many people have been infected.
The number of cases is expected to rise as the virus spreads and infects people in new ways, experts say.