How to survive a coronavirus outbreak

CLOVIS, N.M. — The county’s emergency department has become a makeshift hospital after an outbreak of the highly contagious coronaviruses.

The coronaviral crisis in the United States has become the nation’s largest, with coronavids causing more than 1.3 million deaths and infecting more than 100 million people.

The outbreak started with a man who traveled to California and returned from that state with an illness that eventually spread to several people.

He was not identified because he had not yet been identified as the person who contracted the virus.

The man died and two others in the community, including his wife, were diagnosed with the virus and given experimental treatments.

At the emergency room at the New Mexico Medical Center, a nurse with the coronavira treatment team is working with a patient with the condition.

She is wearing an AED, an oxygen mask and goggles that keep her from breathing in the air.

The nurse said the patient was wearing a mask and a gown when he arrived in the hospital.

The patient was able to leave the hospital before he could get the AED.

The nurses are monitoring the patient for the next couple of days, said Dr. Michael Otero, a Mayo Clinic emergency room physician.

A woman with the same illness was discharged from the hospital last night.

He is being monitored for the same virus, and the other patient is being treated with a combination of drugs and immunosuppressants.

The number of patients with the disease is steadily rising, as hospitals try to get through the surge.

The virus is spread by close contact with the blood or mucous membranes of an infected person.

People who have the virus cannot pass it to others, but the virus can be passed from person to person.

If the virus spreads, it can lead to pneumonia and death.

The symptoms of coronavire include fever, muscle aches, muscle pain, muscle weakness and diarrhea.

People are contagious when they have the symptoms of the virus for a few days.

People who have been in close contact can also get the virus if they have a fever, cough, sore throat or throat soreness, and their temperature is higher than 104.4 degrees Fahrenheit (41.5 degrees Celsius).

People who develop pneumonia or who develop complications from the virus, such as kidney failure or heart failure, can die.