More than 30 million people around the world are now infected with COVID, and the virus has already claimed the lives of at least 1.2 billion people.

In the U.S., the outbreak is spreading rapidly, with an estimated 5.4 million new infections this week.

But for many people, the virus is more of a shock than a virus.

Here’s what you need to know about COVID.

What’s COVID?

The virus is a coronavirus.

It is the most common type of coronaviruses and is spread by the bite of an infected mosquito.

It can also spread from one person to another, through direct contact or sneezing.

This means that it is contagious when the person who is infected is close to someone who has already been infected.

The virus is also known as the coronaviral syndrome.

How many people are affected by COVID and how do they differ from other viral diseases?

The number of people infected with coronavire infections varies widely depending on where they live, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

COVID can be spread through contact with infected animals, such as dogs, cats and ticks, as well as the direct or indirect transfer of the virus to humans through direct and indirect contact with contaminated surfaces or contaminated objects.

What are some of the symptoms of COVID infection?

Coordinated and persistent symptoms include fever, headache, muscle aches, joint pain and muscle ache in the neck, back, shoulder, arm and/or leg.

Common signs and symptoms are headache, rash, cough, fatigue and abdominal pain.

What are the signs and conditions of COVI?

The symptoms of coovirus infection include fever of more than 102 degrees Fahrenheit (46 degrees Celsius), joint pain of more, and fatigue of more.

Common causes of COVE include cough, diarrhea, vomiting, fever, chills, headache and muscle pain.

Common symptoms include headache, vomiting and chills.

What can people do to help protect themselves against COVID infections?

People can reduce their risk of getting COVID by:•Washing their hands frequently with soap and water.•Avoiding outdoor activity and using personal protective equipment.•Wearing clothing that does not have a zipper or a small hole in the crotch for air to pass through.•Not sharing personal items such as toothbrushes, hand sanitizer, mouthwash and bedding.

How are COVID cases distributed?

Coverage of the coronovirus outbreak is limited by geography, with cases typically occurring in remote regions or communities.

The outbreak has spread rapidly in the Americas and Europe, where about 30 percent of cases have occurred.

In Asia, about half of cases are reported in China and Hong Kong.

In Australia, about 13 percent of coronoviruses are detected in the Northern Territory.

In Europe, there are about 1.6 million cases and 1.8 million deaths in COVID outbreaks worldwide.

The United Kingdom and Ireland are among the countries that have seen the highest cases.

How many cases are there in the U, U.K., and U.I.?

The number of confirmed cases is approximately 13,000 in the United Kingdom, the United States and Europe.

The World Health Organization estimates there are 1.1 million COVID diagnoses worldwide.

How does COVID spread in the US?COVID infections occur most frequently in older adults, children and people with weakened immune systems, such in older people who have weakened immune system because of chronic conditions such as asthma or chronic kidney disease.

The U.N. estimates there may be as many as 500,000 new cases per year in the West.

The largest cases occur in the middle age group, and in the developing world.

What about people in Africa?

In Africa, COVID is most prevalent among adults aged 50-64.

The majority of cases occur among people living in rural areas and in areas with limited access to health care, such from poorly equipped clinics and health care workers.

COVEV-19 is also more prevalent among those in low-income areas, in rural communities and in women.

What do the Centers say about the spread of COV-17?

The number and types of cases reported in the first week of November are not representative of the total number of COVA-19 cases reported globally.

In other words, the number of cases in the USA may be higher than the total cases.

However, the total U. S. cases are likely to be substantially lower than the reported cases.

What is the global total of COVIS cases?

In the U-S., there are approximately 2.1 billion people living with COV and over half of them are aged 18-49.

In addition, about 1 in 5 people in the world, or about 1 million people, are currently infected with the coronivirus.

What causes COVID symptoms?

The majority of the time, people with COVI symptoms can’t get rid of the infection.

The symptoms