Health officials in Arizona have declared the season of the coronavirus to be “cold weather.”
But that doesn’t mean the cold is over.
This is just the beginning.
The cold is still very much a factor, said Dr. William Schaffner, director of the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta.
And I think that it will continue to get worse.””
So we are still seeing increases in the number of cases.
And I think that it will continue to get worse.”
In addition to a slight increase in cases of the virus, the number and type of flu-related hospitalizations have decreased, according to the CDC.
And more people are returning to work, with an estimated 5 million workers currently returning to the workplace this winter.
“We’re going to see a lot of people returning to their communities,” Schaffeson said.
“People are going home to be with their families and get some rest, and I think we’re going a lot closer to normalcy in terms of that.”
However, the virus is not over.
A total of 772 people have died of the illness since it first emerged in December.
And that’s just the first two weeks.
While the number is expected to continue to rise, Schaffen said the virus has been shown to “kill” people within a matter of days.
That means the virus can kill even more quickly in people who have not had a full flu shot.
Dr. James Neal, the director of clinical research at Johns Hopkins University, said there’s a lot more work to be done before we see a “crisis” in the flu.
“What you’re going into with this pandemic is an incredibly complex, difficult situation,” he said.
“We’re trying to understand how the virus spreads and how it interacts with people, and then to try to predict the response and then how to slow it down.”
It’s not just about the number, however.
People who are infected also need to be monitored closely, and doctors need to take additional steps to make sure people stay healthy, Neal said.
The U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has started requiring people to get their flu shots on a daily basis, which can help people stay healthier and prevent further spread of the disease.
But the agency also recently released a new guideline that states that a person with a current flu shot will need to get up to 10 additional doses to keep their flu symptoms from getting worse.
The U.K. has also announced it will phase out the old flu shot and will instead require people to have a new one at least six months after they’re released from a hospital.
This article has been updated with new information.