What to know about the latest virus scare
By now, everyone knows that the virus that infected nearly all of North America in early March is now sweeping the world.
It’s a good thing that’s the case, because it could be a major public health threat to a lot of us.
And the news isn’t good, either.
Here’s a brief rundown of what’s going on, as well as a couple of reasons why it might be good to take a look at your own body image.1.
How much of your body is exposed to the virus?
The virus that caused the pandemic, which has now spread across more than 100 countries, is transmitted through direct contact with an infected person, such as touching or kissing.
If you do this, you are most likely to get the virus from someone else.
There is a high risk of transmission to others through direct, non-contact contact, too, such a touching or hugging an uncle or cousin or a stranger who’s not a close friend or family member.
That’s because it’s the virus’ most likely way to spread from one person to another, and this could be the case in a lot more people than we’ve previously thought.2.
How can I protect myself?
The first thing you should do if you’re not immune is get tested.
Most health insurance companies offer free or cheap tests for people who haven’t been tested for other viruses.
It can be difficult to get a test in the U.S. if you live in California or Hawaii, but you can try to travel outside of those states if you have an insurance policy.
In addition, health care providers can also ask you questions about your health, and ask about your history of viral exposures.
This is especially important if you are a single person who lives in a large metropolitan area, such an urban area.
You might also be able to get free or low-cost tests for your family members, if you work in an area that’s not covered by insurance, or if you already have coverage.
If these tests don’t help, or you can’t get a positive result, it’s important to call your doctor or go to the nearest health care provider.3.
Can I spread the virus to my family?
It’s not completely clear how many people in your family can get the disease, or how many have the virus.
If your family has had direct contact, you can be the one that’s most likely at risk.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has estimated that a recent outbreak of the virus in Texas and Oklahoma may have killed as many as 10,000 people.
That means the virus could be spread from person to person by family members.
But the virus has also been found to be carried by a few people in close quarters, and in some cases, family members have passed the virus on to their siblings and other close family members via saliva or coughing or sneezing.
Some people have even been exposed through close contact.4.
Do I need to stop eating?
Many health experts say you should not stop eating until you’re sure you’re safe, but some experts have said it’s best to limit yourself to just eating a few meals a day, especially if you eat healthy.
For example, eating a bowl of cereal every day or eating a handful of veggies or fruit may not be a good idea.
If that sounds like too much, just eat less often.5.
Can you avoid getting sick?
Yes, the virus is a serious problem that needs to be addressed, but it’s not clear how widespread the spread of the disease will be.
The CDC says the number of people who have contracted the virus across the country has decreased from 1.2 million in March to fewer than 500,000 in early April.
But it’s also possible that more people will be infected, because of changes in how the virus was handled, and how people are treating themselves after the virus first arrived in the country.
The most recent numbers for cases and deaths were from February and March, respectively.
That is an increase from the first time the virus came into the U, which saw a small number of cases and a few deaths.
The CDC says that the numbers for deaths are lower than the number for cases, because the virus wasn’t being spread from infected people to people who weren’t infected, and because there are fewer people in the community who have the disease.
It also says that in some parts of the U., the virus may have been spread through people who didn’t have the illness to start with, but were infected through contact with infected people, which may be an issue in other parts of Texas.
Still, the CDC is warning that while the virus isn’t yet spreading to the people who live near the Dallas-Fort Worth area, it is possible.
It said that more than 10,500 people have died in Texas, and that a total of nearly 7,000 new cases have been reported since the beginning of March.
So while the numbers of deaths are