Why the United States is not on the brink of a global pandemic
The United States may be on the verge of a major pandemic, but it’s not quite at the brink yet.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says there are still around 3.5 million cases of coronavirus circulating worldwide.
That’s down from 5.7 million in early October.
It’s still more than 10 times the global total, though.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of cases has stabilized around 3,500 a day.
That means the country is still on track to see a spike in cases.
But the virus has made it more difficult for people to get vaccinated.
The number of new cases reported is expected to continue to decline, the CDC said.
The first cases are coming from southern California, Texas, Georgia, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
The U.K., Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Germany, France, Japan, and Australia have all reported a spike.
There have been no confirmed cases of pandemic-level infections in the U, but coronaviruses are spreading faster than ever before, according to the CDC.
In recent months, it’s been a bit more common to see cases in other parts of the country, but the new outbreaks are particularly worrisome.
There are a lot of new coronaviral infections in our country.
And we’re not going to be able to contain the spread.
The Centers for Diseases Control and Infectious Diseases tweeted out the new numbers.
The CDC has said that the number one concern is that people may have forgotten to get their shots.
That could cause the spread of the virus even further, according the Associated Press.
It could also increase the chances of getting infected, which could make the virus harder to treat.
The virus has spread at a rapid pace since the start of the year, and has been linked to severe cases of brain inflammation, fever, and muscle weakness, among other symptoms.
The latest round of tests, the first of its kind, has been going on for two weeks.
The tests are helping to narrow the search for those who have the virus.
The CDC says the testing has shown that only around half of those who tested positive are actually sick.
So far, there are more than 300,000 new cases, up from just over 200,000 a month earlier.
That includes a total of 6,500 confirmed cases.
And there have been an additional 5,000 suspected cases.
More than 90% of the new cases have occurred in people who haven’t been vaccinated.
In the United Kingdom, more than half of all new cases were reported in people with no previous history of the disease.