There are now nearly 1.5 million Americans who have been diagnosed with the coronavirus and the virus is spreading at an alarming rate, according to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The virus was first detected in the United States in late May, and since then the number of Americans who are infected has nearly doubled, to more than 6.4 million, according the CDC.
The latest data shows that more than 14 million Americans have been vaccinated.
In addition to the nearly 2 million Americans that have been confirmed with the virus, nearly 2.4 percent of Americans have tested positive for the virus and the CDC has confirmed at least two additional people who have tested negative for the coronas.
There have been two deaths in the past two weeks, both in New York City, and the U,S.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is on alert for at least another five coronaviruses, according The New York Times.
CDC Director Tom Frieden told CNN on Tuesday that the agency is on track to announce more than a dozen new coronaviral infections during the week ending Friday, the last week before the midterm elections.
Frieden said the government expects to announce a total of more than 40 new coronoviruses during the same time period.
A total of 17 coronavirotokines have been detected in patients in the last few weeks, but CDC Director Frieden didn’t have a figure on how many have been found.
CDC officials said that while some coronavires have been isolated in isolated laboratories, the majority of the coronaviens have been transmitted through direct contact with infected individuals.
The CDC said in a statement that “coronaviruse remains a global threat and our response to this crisis will continue to improve, but we cannot afford to wait any longer.”
According to the CDC, the coronovirus is a respiratory virus that can be spread by coughing, sneezing or breathing contaminated air.
It is a highly contagious disease that can cause respiratory distress, pneumonia and other serious health problems.
The virus is spread through close contact and is highly contagious, including through the blood-to-blood contact of a close relative or person who has recently had a blood transfusion.
According to Dr. Joseph M. Cimino, chief of infectious disease at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn., the coronave virus is very contagious.
“I would describe it as a virus that, if we had an outbreak of it, it would be like a pandemic,” Ciminos said on Tuesday.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has also been notified of four new cases in the Dallas area, according CNN.
The Dallas Health and Hospitals System (DHHHS) has identified six new coronave infections, and seven new cases have been identified in Louisiana.
Texas has had three new coronaves in the previous 24 hours, with the latest reported case in Dallas, according Reuters.
In New York, three coronavireuses have been reported in three separate cases in Brooklyn, according a New York state health department official.
The official said the cases all have not been confirmed to be related to the coronaves.