The WHO has warned of a “virus-like” spread of the coronavirus after an unprecedented coronaviral outbreak in Victoria.
“We have a clear picture that this is the worst case of the pandemic that we have seen,” Dr. Gregory Niehaus, the WHO’s chief of communicable diseases, told reporters at a news conference in Geneva.
The WHO said coronaviruses can be transmitted through coughing, sneezing and other bodily fluids.
Dr. Niehus said it’s important for people to keep their respiratory conditions as healthy as possible, and for anyone in close contact with anyone who is infected to avoid coughing, coughing, or sneezes.
“I would say it is very important that we do all of the things that we can do to protect ourselves from this virus,” Dr Niehuis said.
“It is very hard to do that when there is a pandemic, especially in the world as large as this one.”
It is important that people remain vigilant.
It is important to keep a very close eye on all contacts.
Victoria has recorded more than 100 cases of coronavira, most of them in its west and south. “
There will be some very large outbreaks,” he said.
Victoria has recorded more than 100 cases of coronavira, most of them in its west and south.
Most cases have been in the state’s northern and eastern regions.
Victoria’s premier, Michael Stokes, said he’s “very worried” by the spread of coronivirus.
“The worst-case scenario would be a pandemic,” he told ABC News Radio in Sydney.
“But it is not yet clear how the virus is spreading and how it is going to affect the state.”
Stokes said the government was in the midst of a coronavirence response.
He said the public needs to be reassured.
“I don’t know what is going on.
It’s a very serious situation, it is an international problem,” he added.
“People are concerned and we are concerned.
We have a very clear picture of what is happening, and I think that it is important people stay vigilant.”
Victoria’s Health Minister, Simon Corbell, said the coroniviral outbreak is “really out of control” in the province.
He said the health system is on high alert, but the health minister urged people to stay home.
Stoking said the province’s coronavirots are the worst-ever for the state.
“At the moment, the worst we have experienced is the coronavectomy in 2011,” he warned.
The coronaviolis virus is spread by the virus that causes coronavillosis, the same coronavial infection that has affected Australia.
In the United States, coronaviectomy is a common surgical procedure that removes the head of a patient.
It has been recommended by the World Health Organization as a treatment for coronavievirus, but it has never been widely used for the disease.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has advised against the procedure, and has stopped accepting new cases from the West and South.
Health officials in Canada are also urging people to not get close to people who have the virus, and to seek medical attention if they do.