A new coronavirus is spreading in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The virus, dubbed MRSA, was first discovered in 2013 and has since been spreading in hospitals, prisons, and the workplace.
It has been spreading since late April, when it first became known in the Northeast, and now is spread throughout the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and Australia.
“The United Kingdom is experiencing a coronaviral outbreak of MRSA,” the CDC said in a statement on Tuesday.
“In this outbreak, the virus has spread through the use of an elevator.
In the UK, there are currently two cases of MRSE reported.”
In other words, it’s spreading through elevators.
The United States is currently experiencing its worst outbreak of coronaviruses since the Great Depression.
In addition to the current outbreak, there have been multiple recent outbreaks in Europe and the United Arab Emirates.
The US has been experiencing the worst infection rate since the early 1980s, with the highest death toll in recent years.
So, in a way, it makes sense that a new coronovirus is also causing this outbreak.
If it were a virus from China, the first thing we’d be worried about would be that the virus is spreading through the US, but in fact it’s spread through Europe and even China, which has the highest rates of infection.
The CDC noted that the first cases of the new coronivirus were reported in September in the UK.
At the end of last month, the CDC warned that the new strain of MRSAAV was still circulating in Europe, and that the United Nations agency responsible for combating the pandemic was also investigating the new virus.