A CDC official says that it is important for people to understand that Ebola outbreaks are far more common than many of us think.
In an interview with CBS News, the CDC’s Director of National Intelligence and Director of Emergency Management, Dr. David Nabors, said the number of people diagnosed with the virus has doubled in the last week.
He also said the virus is spreading fast across the U.S., with the most people infected now in Texas and Florida.
“We have a high level of transmission of the virus,” Nabors said.
“This is not just Texas and the Caribbean.
It is happening in this country.”
Nabors said there are now about 300 new cases of the new coronavirus in the U, with more than 1,000 new cases confirmed, according to the CDC.
That number is up from the previous week, when the number was roughly 1,400.
“The new coronovirus outbreak is a real concern, because this is not a pandemic,” Nabor said.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has warned people to stay home and monitor their temperature, and to wear full-face masks, if they have any contact with anyone who may have recently been infected with the new virus.
Nabor said the CDC is now investigating whether anyone is infected with Ebola.
“If there are cases that are not isolated in the individual, we are taking the opportunity to examine those individuals, the virus and what might be causing them to develop this disease,” Nabores said.
In the meantime, the number and spread of cases is up dramatically.
On Thursday, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services reported that there were more than 8,500 new cases in the United States, which is nearly two new cases every hour.
The numbers are up by more than 200% from the first week of March.
“It’s not a new coronacovirus, it’s a new pandemic.
This is not an old disease, it is a new disease,” said Dr. Jennifer L. Smith, chief medical officer for the U: Health and Human Services Department.
The agency said that the majority of those who are infected have had contact with someone who has recently been diagnosed with Ebola, which means they are highly likely to have a direct connection to a person who has been infected.
But, some of the most recent cases are likely to be traced back to a recent visit to the U.: Health and Health Services Department, the agency said.
That means, if a person in the country had visited a doctor who had treated a patient with Ebola last week, it would be highly likely that someone who had previously been infected would have come back to the doctor who treated them, the federal agency said in a statement.
“Our work with our partners to address this new outbreak has been challenging, and we have not always been able to get to every patient who may be in the region, but we have been able get to the ones who have,” Smith said.
She added that the U’s Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services is now in the process of sending out letters to people who are potentially infected and will distribute them to people if necessary.
The CDC says the majority are not contagious or can be isolated in a person’s body.
The U. S. has been experiencing an increase in the number, frequency and size of new cases as well as the spread of the disease, with about 1,200 new cases recorded in the past week.
More than 1.4 million people have been tested for the new case, with tests showing the virus in the blood of nearly 1,100 people.
The virus is spread through direct contact with blood or other bodily fluids.
It is not clear if the new cases are related to the West African epidemic.