A new vaccine is set to be launched in the coming weeks, but the battle against the new strain of the virus is still in its early stages.
Here are some of the key facts you need know about coronaviruses: What is the new pandemic?
The new pandemics have killed more than 300 million people around the world.
How does the virus spread?
The virus spreads by infecting the body’s immune system.
Symptoms can include fever, joint pain, cough and fatigue.
In some cases, it can cause severe diarrhoea and breathing difficulties.
The new virus also has a genetic component, meaning it can infect new hosts through the air, causing them to become infected.
Who is affected?
Most people infected with coronaviral disease have the new virus.
However, in some cases it can spread between people and between countries, causing new outbreaks.
Some people who get infected have no symptoms and have no risk factors for infection.
However people with certain medical conditions, including certain cancers, are more likely to get the virus.
How can I be sure I’m not at risk?
It is important to check your symptoms to make sure you have not become infected with the new form of coronavadillosis.
Your doctor will do this check as part of your treatment for the new disease.
Who gets the new infection?
If you are infected, the new version of the coronavids strain will also be passed on to new hosts.
The virus can spread through air.
However some people who are already infected with it may still have symptoms.
You will need to take extra precautions to protect yourself.
How do I protect myself?
There are a number of ways to protect your health.
If you have ever been exposed to the new variants of coronas, such as the one known as COVID-19, you can take extra steps to protect against the infection.
For example, if you are at risk for infection, take the following steps: Take special precautions to reduce your risk of getting COVIDs new coronas variant.
These include: Limit contact with other people, including family and friends, and close windows and doors to prevent the spread of COVID.