— The coronaviral pandemic that’s devastated parts of the U.S. has infected more than 1 million Americans, with the death toll topping 10 million, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The U.K. is among those that’s had the highest number of deaths reported, with 1.3 million, and more than 20 countries, including China, have seen significant numbers of infections.
But the U-K.
had the worst reported numbers of cases, with more than 4,000, compared to 2,500 in China, the U.-K.
and 10 countries in Europe, where infections have spiked dramatically.
The most common symptoms of coronavire, or COVID-19, include fever, cough, runny nose and bloody diarrhea.
There is also mild to severe pneumonia.
Other commonly reported symptoms include:Headaches, fatigue, muscle aches, fatigue-related dizziness, muscle pain, headache, trouble breathing, confusion, difficulty swallowing, vomiting and diarrhea.
The death toll has now surpassed the U,S.
and British combined.
In the U and UK, there are now more deaths from COVID than from the flu.
That’s due to the two-thirds increase in cases, which are spread from person-to-person, said Dr. Chris Woods, a co-founder of the British Columbia Center for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) and a researcher at the University of Calgary.
The CDC has seen a 60 percent rise in COVID infections, from 8,000 to nearly 10,000.
The UK has seen an additional 2,000 cases, a rise of more than 60 percent.
The number of people who have died from COIDS-19 has more than doubled since December.
In China, where more than half the country’s 4.2 million people live, the death rate has risen to more than 5,000 a day.
In India, where some 5 million people have died in the pandemic, the number of COVID cases has risen from about 300 to more like 2,400 a day, said the WHO, a U.N. agency.
There are still many unknowns about the cause of COIDS, which has been linked to air pollution and other factors, but Woods and other experts say coronavivirus is likely to be linked to a virus that’s spread from animals and is spreading faster than it has previously been.
The virus has already infected a third of the world’s population.
The CDC said it’s likely that as the pandemics spread, so will COVIDs.
There’s also the possibility that COVID can spread through other human diseases like tuberculosis and malaria.
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