The U.N. agency that monitors global health has issued a statement saying it is investigating the vaccine used to inoculate more than 1.6 million people in the United States to see if it has contaminated the nation’s air and water.

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body said the results will be made public after the U,S.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) determines whether there is a risk to human health.

The CDC’s deputy director, David Siegel, said in a statement that the agency is working with the U.,N.

to assess the vaccine’s safety and effectiveness.

He added that he has not received any notification from the U of N that it is conducting an investigation.

The agency is looking into whether there was any tampering or modification to the vaccine during manufacturing, Siegel said.

He said that the U and the CDC will have more to share in the coming days.

A total of 7.4 million people are enrolled in the vaccine program, which is administered by the U.-run Vaccine Alliance, which includes the United Kingdom, Canada and the United Arab Emirates.

The program is administered in a pilot program that began in May and includes about 1.3 million people who have been in the program for six months or more.

The U.K. and other nations that have had similar programs to vaccinate people with COVID are under the same U.A.E. quarantine, where they have been since the virus swept through the U-M system in March.

The country’s coronavirus response has been hampered by a lack of a vaccine for other coronaviruses.

The CDC has not said how many people have tested positive for COVID, but experts say the numbers are likely much higher than the more than 500,000 people who were infected in the first eight days of the outbreak.

A total of more than 100,000 have died from COVS in the past two months, according to the CDC.

In an attempt to address concerns about COVID in the country, the UU will be working with local health authorities to gather more information, said the UAU.

The organization is working to improve air and drinking water quality, to reduce coronaviral transmission, and to increase the use of vaccines and other preventative measures.

“We are confident that we will continue to have a very robust vaccine program in place and that we can provide a high level of protection to the public,” the UUA said.