How many times do you have to say ‘you know, we’re just going to go ahead and get this thing done’?

The coronavirus outbreak is now in its third year and now the first two months have seen more than 18,000 hospitalizations.

The total number of confirmed cases is also at more than 15,000.

In the first three months of this year, the death toll is at 7,000, including 9,000 from the virus.

It’s been a busy time for coronaviruses.

The number of cases has grown steadily.

It’s now been over a month since the last confirmed case was confirmed in Miami-Dade County, and in February, the first coronaviral death was reported in California.

This past week, the federal government said the coronavid vaccine was safe and effective.

But there are still concerns about the long-term safety of the vaccine.

Some experts are calling for the government to delay the start of the program.

“It would be better to start with an adequate number of patients, which will help to get the vaccine out to as many people as possible,” said Dr. Michael J. Osterholm, director of the University of Washington’s Center for Infectious Diseases and Vaccines.