More than 4,000 people have died from the disease in the US and more than 2,400 are infected in Sweden.

There were nearly 4,200 confirmed cases and more are expected in coming days.

The number of people infected in the United States is likely to be around 1.6 million, according to the CDC.

The total number of cases is believed to be near 3 million, the agency said.

Read moreHealth workers have been urged to wear masks, wash their hands frequently and wash out their windows and doors to help prevent the spread of the coronave.

“The CDC advises all Americans to avoid direct contact with coronaviruses.

The risk of contracting a coronaviral infection from direct contact is low and the likelihood of infection is low,” the CDC said in a statement.”

For the vast majority of people, however, the risk of acquiring a coronave depends on how close an individual is to an infected person.

Close contact with an infected individual increases the risk for infection,” the statement added.”

Therefore, CDC recommends that people should avoid direct or indirect contact with anyone who has recently been infected with the coronovirus.

If you or a loved one is in close proximity to someone who has been infected, do not share a toilet or bed with them.

Do not wear masks or gloves while working in close contact with them,” the agency added.

Sweden has been hit hard by the coronivirus.

The country is home to some of the world’s highest levels of the virus.

The country has reported more than 7,500 new cases, or about 10% of all the cases.

It has also had the highest number of deaths from coronavids (more than 5,000), the CDC says.

In October, more than 600 people in the city of Stockholm were infected with coronave, according the local news agency TT.

A second person died of the disease on Friday, TT reported.

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven also took to Twitter to announce a public health campaign to help people avoid direct and indirect contact.

“This is the moment when we need to act,” Lofvend wrote.

“We need to be on the lookout for any potential new cases.

I hope the people of Sweden, and everyone in the world, will help us.

We must act now!”Read more