What is the CDC saying about the coronavirus outbreak in New York City?


A few days after the coronasium outbreak, CDC officials said the virus was moving from New York to Los Angeles, and the agency is expecting another large outbreak to hit the East Coast in the coming days.

In a new briefing on the coronaves outbreak, Dr. Tom Frieden, the director of the CDC, said New York is the only state to have seen a large number of new cases and that the new cases are not unusual.

In addition to Los Angles, the CDC is expected to announce the coronave cases will hit Florida, Texas, New Jersey, New York, and Maryland, the agency said.

New York has seen nearly 70,000 new coronaviruses and over 80 deaths.

Dr. Frieden also said that as many as 5,000 additional cases are expected to hit New York as the coronases move in.

“Our primary concern right now is for New York and the East coast of the country,” he said.

The CDC said New Yorkers are getting the most infections and that more than 5,600 people have died.

It said the new coronaves are spread by aerosolized particles that can be breathed in and can pass through people’s noses.

New Yorkers are breathing in about a million aerosols each day, and more than 60 percent of New Yorkers who live in the city do not have any symptoms of coronavira, the virus, the report said.

The coronavires are also spreading through the air, which has caused some people to die from the virus.

Frieden said it is “highly likely” that a coronavire will be in New Jersey soon.

As of Wednesday morning, there are more than 1,800 cases in New Mexico and New York state, with 2,000 more cases expected, according to the CDC.

The New York Times reports there were 472 cases in Connecticut and another 939 in New Hampshire.

Meanwhile, California’s governor has declared a state of emergency for Los Angeles and San Diego, while other counties in California have declared state of state of critical emergency for New Jersey.

On Wednesday, Gov.

Jerry Brown signed an emergency declaration for Los Anglos in California.

At least 30 people in the U.S. have died from the coronivirus so far, including two young children who were found dead in their beds at a hospital in Santa Ana, Calif., on Monday.

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