It is now a national emergency.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is sending additional teams to Puerto Rico and Florida to help coordinate the response.
The National Guard has been mobilized.
And the White House has asked the governors of Texas and Florida, along with the governors in New Jersey and Connecticut, to help.
But there are still a lot of unanswered questions about the outbreak, including what the Zika vaccine, a vaccine that is in the early stages of testing, is going to do for the U, S.A. Now, a new virus has emerged that is spreading quickly in the United States.
What are the facts?
In some cases, it’s spreading faster than before, and in some cases it’s even worse.
In some places, it has been spreading faster, but the extent of its spread remains unknown.
The new virus is spreading faster in the Americas, in some parts of the world, and it has caused more deaths than any other virus in history.
It has caused many cases of birth defects.
It is the second most lethal virus ever detected, after the coronavirus.
In many cases, the virus has spread quickly and caused many people to die from the virus, including babies, infants, and people with weakened immune systems.
But that doesn’t mean it has eliminated all human life.
A recent analysis by the CDC found that while the virus had killed roughly 1,300 people in the US, the number of people who have died from it in the countries it has struck has been significantly less.
What is the problem?
The World Health Organization has called the outbreak a public health emergency and has declared a public quarantine in the country of Puerto Rico.
In the United Kingdom, the government has asked people to leave, and emergency officials have declared a state of emergency in some areas.
Many people are still in the streets.
The number of cases has risen dramatically.
Some people have died.
There are now more than 5,000 confirmed cases of Zika in the region, and more than 4,000 deaths, including a woman in Miami whose husband is infected.
The outbreak has spread through several states.
The first confirmed cases were reported in Puerto Rico on August 23, when a 35-year-old man from the island was tested for Zika, and two days later, another 35- year-old from the city of San Juan was tested.
That brought the total number of confirmed cases to 5,974.
That was before the first case in Miami on August 31.
In Puerto Rico, the Centers for Infectious Disease and Prevention has said that more than 500 people have been confirmed with Zika and nearly 500 more have been tested.
A woman in Puerto Rican territory in the Dominican Republic was tested on August 30.
On September 2, a 35 year- old man from Puerto Rico was tested in Miami and confirmed with the virus.
That number increased to 665, but that was before his death.
The CDC has said there are 2,400 confirmed cases in the USA and 4,400 deaths.
That is more than twice as many as the number it has counted in the entire world.
There have been at least three new cases in Florida.
That state has the highest number of new cases.
The state’s governor, Rick Scott, has ordered the state to suspend all travel and business and to close schools.
He said that because of the outbreak there will be no more trips to Florida, which is also the country’s biggest state, by December.
He has said he will do that because Florida is so far from the affected areas.
In Miami, a 42-year old man was tested and confirmed.
The Miami Herald reports that he tested positive for Zika.
His condition is not clear.
The U.N. says the number is likely to be much higher.
In Florida, at least one person has died from the new virus.
The woman who died was in her 20s, according to the Miami Herald.
The local health department says that the woman, who was on a flight from Florida to Puerto Vallarta, died in the middle of the flight.
She was the third person to die of the virus in the state in a week.
The Florida Department of Health has said it is investigating.
What to do?
The federal government has said its preparedness is adequate.
The governors of the states in Puerto Rica and Florida have urged people to be cautious, to be aware, and to monitor their personal travel plans.
In addition, the governors have issued a list of health conditions that can be prevented with the Zika outbreak.
Some of those include: high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high blood sugar, low vitamin D levels, a lack of exercise, a weakened immune system, a family history of the disease, and a history of other infections.
The president of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, has said the World Health Assembly will meet in Geneva on September 5-6 to discuss the situation in the world