Thousands of people have been diagnosed with liver disease and more than a dozen states are seeing more cases, according to state health officials.

The outbreaks are spreading quickly across the United States and have killed more than 7,400 people.

The state health department said more than 3,600 people have tested positive for the coronavirus.

The virus has been found in human cells in the liver, heart and spleen.

It is believed to have been transferred from an infected person to an animal or to another person.

It is also spreading to pigs, chickens and dogs, and has been detected in drinking water and meat from infected animals.

There are no known deaths from the disease in the U.S. But it has spread to people in other parts of the world.

More than 20 states have reported cases, including Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.

More:States have been scrambling to contain the spread of the virus in an effort to stop it spreading to humans and to stop the spread to pets.

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issued a statement saying the virus is spreading faster than any other major health threat to the world and that “the world is on the verge of becoming a new pandemic.”

The U.N. said the world will face a “new pandemic” unless nations adopt strict controls to contain it.

The U.K. said on Thursday that it was halting the shipment of all food and water to vulnerable populations.

The disease is linked to exposure to the coronabacterium coronaviruses coronavacide, or CCOVID-19, and poliovirus, which can be transmitted through the air, through contaminated drinking water or by touching surfaces, especially those where the virus has infected.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says coronaviroids and other coronavil infections are the two leading causes of death in the United Kingdom.