With all the coronaviruses circulating in the US and Canada, it’s easy to forget that the spread of this virus has been slow and gradual in other countries.
The pandemic has not affected the entire world, but the impact of it has been felt, and it has hit home for some.
In the US, the first wave of cases began in October 2016, with about 3,500 people in the state of California alone getting the infection.
As of May 2018, more than 4,500 Americans had been diagnosed with the coronajvirus.
But there are still a lot of unknowns about this outbreak, and many questions remain.
How did the pandemic spread so quickly?
What caused the spike in cases?
Who was most affected?
Who has the virus?
How did we get to the point where we know so little about the virus, and so little can be learned about how to protect ourselves?
To answer these questions, we asked experts to give us the scoop on what to expect in the coming weeks and months.
What’s the coronivirus?
The coronavillae are viruses that cause a cough and fever.
People can catch a coronaviral infection from coughing, sneezing, or coughing and then coughing again.
The illness can progress to pneumonia, which can cause pneumonia, pneumonia-like symptoms, or death.
It is very contagious, but it is not contagious in all cases.
The symptoms can be mild, including coughing and fever, and people can spread the infection by sharing air or water.
Symptoms can be more severe and include severe dehydration, weakness, and fever and pneumonia.
Who is at risk?
Anyone who has been sick, or anyone with symptoms of the coronovirus, is at increased risk.
People who are older than 65 and have been exposed to people who have been infected can also spread the virus.
It can be spread by sharing water or air with others who have the disease.
Who can get the coronavid virus?
People who have had an exposure to the virus can also get the virus from other people.
But people who are over 65 can only get the disease if they have been sick and have not had contact with an infected person for six months.
The virus can be passed on through casual contact with others with symptoms that resemble those of the virus and can be very severe, including vomiting, diarrhea, fever, headache, and loss of appetite.
Symptoms that are very severe and contagious can include death.
How does it spread?
Coronavirus spreads quickly.
The coronavid infection can be transmitted through casual, household, or workplace contact, so if you share a cup of coffee or a bottle of water with someone who has the coronvirus, you could potentially spread the disease to that person.
The infection can also be transmitted from one person to another through contact with blood, vaginal fluids, saliva, sweat, or other bodily fluids.
People infected by the virus spread it by coughing, breathing, touching, or touching the body or face of another person.
People without a history of illness or who are exposed to a person with the disease can spread it through contact.
The risk of contracting the coronavia virus from someone who doesn’t have the virus is much higher than the risk from exposure to an infected body part.
The CDC estimates that a person infected with coronavivirus will likely have been living in a household with one infected person who was living in the same household for the past three years.
If a household member is infected with the virus but hasn’t had contact over the past year, they are at a higher risk of catching the virus than if they had had contact.
In addition, people infected with this virus are more likely to have other infections, including viral respiratory disease.
What should I do to protect myself?
It’s important to understand that there are no cures for the coronava virus.
In most cases, coronaviroids are curable with antibiotics, antiviral drugs, and antiviral medications, but some people can develop more severe complications.
In some cases, a person can recover and have a full recovery, but others may not.
If you or someone you know is diagnosed with a coronavid disease, call your doctor right away and get tested.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a number of tools you can use to protect yourself.
You can get tested for the virus at your local health center or at your doctor’s office.
If your doctor says you can’t get tested right away, you can schedule a follow-up appointment to be tested for up to three weeks later.
You should also get a flu shot at least twice a year.
A flu shot helps protect against the coronaviirus, and there are two types: a shot for adults, called a seasonal flu shot, and a shot in children, called the vaccine for children.
The vaccine for adults is the same as the seasonal flu shots,