Watch the coronavivirus outbreak in the U.S. evolve from a public health crisis to a public-relations nightmare

NEW YORK — It’s a perfect storm for coronaviruses, with a lot at stake.

Here are some of the things to know.1.

WHO and other experts are watching the outbreak closely.

A number of experts are involved, including the U-M Medical Center and the University of Florida, and the U.-M School of Public Health, and experts from the CDC, WHO, and other organizations are monitoring the outbreak in several countries.

The U.K. and Australia are also participating in the effort.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that the virus poses a global health risk.

The organization has said it will take steps to protect people from the virus.

The virus has also spread to other countries and continents, including Russia and Canada.

The coronaviral disease has also killed at least 9,872 people worldwide, according to the WHO.

The disease has been particularly deadly in China, where an estimated 11,500 people have died from the coronovirus.2.

Some people may not be vaccinated.

Some states have required that people get a booster shot before they travel to the U, though that practice has been largely limited to residents of the United States and Canada, and many other countries.

Some states are also mandating vaccinations for people in certain areas, including New York, Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, and Texas.

There have also been outbreaks in Oregon and California.3.

New coronavids are coming.

The most recent coronavid strain, dubbed COVID-19-2, was found in California.

Other new strains have been found in Canada, Mexico, the Philippines, and Brazil.

Some of the most recent cases have been in Puerto Rico, where the coronvirus has been found.

The virus has killed more than 13,000 people worldwide.4.

More coronavides are on the way.

The new virus strains include COVID19-3, COVID20-1, COVI-19, COV-2-E, and COVID23.

All of these are being used to develop new vaccines, and they may also be added to existing vaccines.5.

People can get vaccinated.

The federal government has said people should be vaccinated regardless of where they live.

However, some states have restricted or blocked people from getting vaccines, including California, Illinois and Texas, while others have not.6.

There are still a lot of people infected.

The CDC estimates that as many as 5.5 million people in the United Sates and Canada are currently infected with the new coronavis.

Many more are infected in the developing world, which means many of the world’s children may be at risk.

According to the World Health Organisation, at least 13.3 million people are currently living with coronaviretovirus-19 and 1.5 to 3 million with COVID21.