An outbreak of coronavirus has begun to spread in New Zealand.
The coronaviruses that cause the disease were first identified in humans in 1947.
They have spread throughout the world and are still present in some regions.
It’s believed that the coronaviral outbreaks began in New York in August and the UK in November.
The number of coronovirus cases in the US has dropped to around 1,200.
There have been over 4,000 confirmed cases, with about 2,000 deaths.
The virus is not spread through the air.
It’s transmitted through the saliva of infected people and can only be spread through close contact with the virus.
People can be infected if they are in close contact or if someone has been in contact with someone who has been infected.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says people who have been infected with the coronoviral virus can also contract the virus through contact with blood, semen, or vaginal fluids.
This is known as “co-infection” and it means that if someone is infected with a different virus, such as the coronivirus or a different strain of the coronas virus, they can spread it to someone else.
There are currently around 5,000 coronavirinys currently in the world, of which approximately 10 per cent have been found in New England.