A rare diseases outbreak in the United States has prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to issue a public health alert.
According to the CDC, the rare diseases coronavirus (COVID-19) and respiratory syndrome coronaviruses (RSV) began in late March and early April.
The COVID-18 outbreak began on February 19, and the RSV outbreak began in May.
According the CDC statement, the COVID outbreak is currently being contained and under control.
The public health alerts for the COV-19 and RSV outbreaks will continue to be issued through the end of March.
The US Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has declared a public emergency for the outbreak, which began on March 7.
According a statement issued by the Centers, the outbreak is spread by contact with the infected aerosolized or inhaled aerosols, such as dust, clothing or household dust.
This spread has also been traced to a limited number of cases of the COVA-19 virus.
The outbreak is expected to continue to spread and increase in severity over the coming weeks.
The United States remains in the midst of an epidemic of coronaviral diseases and respiratory infections.
There have been more than 5,600 cases of COVID and more than 1,400 deaths since March 8.
The virus is transmitted through close contact with an infected person, such that the virus can be spread through coughing, sneezing, or sharing the same room with a person infected with COVID.
According to the Centers’ Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the total number of confirmed cases and deaths has increased from 5,634 to 7,965.
Since the start of the outbreak on March 19, more than 12,300 people have died in the US.