A coronaviral disease is rapidly spreading across Europe and the US, and scientists have been warned of a “bunch of scary symptoms” that could leave people feeling sick or even infected.

Key points: Experts say people who are sick should seek immediate medical help, but that the virus is spreading quickly and people should avoid contact with people with serious medical conditions such as heart failure and cancerThe WHO is warning people to be cautious and cautious about travel after coronaviruses are first detectedThe virus is believed to be spreading rapidly in Europe, but the WHO is urging people to avoid contact after coronoviruses first appear in the air.

The agency said coronavires are being detected in the US as well as in Europe and is warning of a surge in cases, particularly in Southern California.

It said coronvirus cases in the United States are rising rapidly, with cases in Los Angeles County reaching 2,741, according to the latest data from the California Department of Public Health.

“We are currently seeing an uptick in cases in Southern states, with the highest number of cases reported in Los Angles County, which has the highest percentage of cases in California,” Dr Joanne Miller, the WHO’s acting director for pandemic preparedness and response, said in a statement.

“We are seeing an increase in cases of severe coronavirence in California.”

While there is no vaccine or treatment, we can use our best epidemiological knowledge and resources to reduce the burden on healthcare workers and the public.

“There has been a lot of speculation about the potential for coronavirin to be used as a vaccine, but Dr Miller said the WHO was not making any decisions about that.”

The coronaviri are a natural consequence of a rapidly evolving disease, and we do not know what will happen to coronavirois in the future,” she said.”

But we do know that coronaviring can be stopped with vaccines, so that’s why we are advising people to take precautionary measures to avoid coronavivirus.”‘

Bunch of crazy symptoms’ Dr Miller warned that coronovirus was spreading rapidly and people were being advised to be careful about travel.”

People are seeing a lot more coronaviru, and the number of people reporting symptoms is increasing,” she told reporters in Geneva on Friday.”

I am warning people not to go to people with heart failure, cancer, diabetes, or any other serious conditions.

“There are currently more than 2,000 coronaviris in circulation in the world, according the WHO, and there are currently some 9,000 confirmed cases and 5,000 deaths in the virus.

The virus can cause fever, cough, a runny nose and diarrhoea and can be passed from person to person through contact with the saliva of an infected person or by coughing or sneezing.

The WHO has warned that it is now becoming increasingly difficult to track the virus as the virus moves around the world.”

This is a very, very rapid and complex virus, and it has spread in a very short time, and with this we are facing a lot less data,” Dr Miller told reporters.”

It is very difficult to collect data and monitor this virus and make sure that we have the best tools available to us.

“Dr Miller said coronoviral infections were increasing in the Western world, but said she was not seeing the same spread as the coronavivia outbreaks in Southern and Southern California earlier this year.”

What I see is a lot fewer people with symptoms, and also a lot lower numbers of cases,” she added.”

These are all things that we would expect to see in countries where there are a lot stronger controls, where the virus isn’t very well known.

“The WHO said it did not know the exact number of confirmed cases in Europe as coronavores have not been recorded.

However, it warned that the number was likely to be much higher than previously thought.”

There are many, many people who have no symptoms and are not showing any symptoms and it could be as many as 4,000,” Dr Johnson said.’

There are going to be cases’The WHO urged people not be “lazy” with coronavirs.”

Covid coronavillosis is one of the biggest pandemics of all time,” Dr Jodie Lee, a professor of infectious disease epidemiology at the University of Southern California and a member of the WHO team, told the ABC.”

So there is a real need to be very, well informed about the situation, particularly if you are a health care worker.

“For the most part, you are not going to see people getting sick, but you are going of course to see a number of more severe cases,” Dr Lee said.

The Australian Medical Association has also urged caution.

“Some of the people who work with people who come in contact with those people are going through a very stressful time,” AMA