U.N. officials have warned that coronaviruses are spreading in the United States at an unprecedented pace.
As the virus has spread across the country, U.W. health officials say they have seen a spike in the number of people arriving at the airports with suspected cases.
The United States has seen more than 2,400 cases, according to U.K. health authorities, compared to about 1,500 reported in the U.A.E. The virus has killed more than 200 people in the last 24 hours, including several dozen at U,S.
As a result, the number in the country is expected to surge.
Health officials say that U.F.O. and other passengers in a cabin at Newark Liberty International Airport on Monday were tested for the coronaviral virus.
The U.C.I.C.’s National Center for Health Statistics says the coronvirus has killed at least 24 people in New Jersey and New York, according a news release.
U.S.-based airline Delta Air Lines said on Monday that it had confirmed the death of a passenger who had contracted the virus at JFK and said it would suspend flights at the airport until further notice.
U.M. Health System has confirmed one person has been diagnosed with the virus, which was first identified in China.
The United States also reported its first reported cases of coronavillosis, a disease that can lead to severe inflammation of the lungs.
That could make it difficult for those infected to breathe normally, potentially leading to pneumonia.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Tuesday that the first confirmed cases were reported in Los Angeles County on Monday.
A new coronavillian case is confirmed at Newark International Airport in New York on Sunday, Feb. 3, 2017.
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