How to deal with a zombie apocalypse
The U.S. has been in the midst of a national outbreak of the zombie apocalypse, with a rash of fatalities and a surge in the number of reported cases.
The government is scrambling to contain the spread of the pandemic, and the latest government data shows that the number and rate of new cases have been steadily increasing since mid-March.
The new data released Tuesday also shows that more Americans are suffering from the outbreak than were previously reported.
In addition to the latest case count, there have been 1,933 confirmed cases since March, according to data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
That’s nearly double the total number of new confirmed cases reported since March of last year.
“We are in the early stages of the outbreak, and we’re seeing a rapid increase in new cases, as the virus has not fully spread,” said Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the CDC.
The latest data also shows a surge of cases in the Northeast and the Midwest, where there have also been an increasing number of confirmed cases.
As of Monday, there were 2,988 new confirmed and confirmed probable cases in each region, compared to 1,633 new confirmed, probable and confirmed cases in March.
The number of people in the United States who have been diagnosed with the virus is now nearly 3 million.
That figure is up from 1.5 million in the first week of the year.
The rate of infections is up sharply as well.
The CDC estimates that there are more than 8,000 new cases of the virus each day.
That is a 50 percent increase over the previous high of 1,000 cases a day in March, when there were 1,500 cases a week.
The most recent case data was released just a day before the National Zombie Advisory Council (NZAC) meeting in Washington.
The NZAC was set up after a group of states and local governments urged the U.N. to convene a conference to deal more closely with the pandemics spread.
“The new data show that we are getting close to the point where the virus may be fully operational, and this is what we need to be worried about,” said NZac Vice President David Albright.
“A lot of people have been putting their heads in the sand and saying it’s not a big deal, but it’s definitely a big problem.”
In addition, there is concern that the spread is spreading into the United Kingdom and other countries that have not been involved in the outbreak.
As the new data shows, there are still around 6,000 confirmed cases per day in the U, compared with a record 3,000 per day a month ago.
The total number is now about 1.3 million, compared for the first three months of the crisis in March of 2015, when more than 3 million cases were reported.
As more people become infected, they tend to become more likely to contract the virus.
For example, a recent study from Johns Hopkins University found that the virus was spreading into more parts of the United Nations than ever before.
“It’s going to be a huge problem.
We are in a really difficult situation, and it’s going a long way to explaining the fact that so many people are dying,” said Frieden.
While there is still concern about the outbreak’s potential spread to the U., the data show the virus can’t be contained to a single location.
As long as people are exposed to the virus, they can transmit it to others and become infected with the new strain.
It can also spread from person to person.
In the U.’s capital, Washington, there has been a spike in cases in a single neighborhood that was hit hard by the pandeload.
A recent CDC study found that people living in the area are at increased risk of contracting the new variant of the flu.
“People are living longer, and there’s no way to stop the spread.
It’s not just a problem for one neighborhood,” said Mark Cancian, director for the Health and Human Services department at the Washington Department of Health and the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases.
“This is going to affect the entire country.”
The latest case counts are based on case reports from the Centers of Disease Control, the U!
Department of Agriculture and the Food and Drug Administration.
It also uses information on hospitalizations and deaths.
In New York, there was a surge after a person with the flu was treated at a local hospital, with more than 1,800 cases reported from April until the end of July.
In Los Angeles, there’s a spike after the coronavirus was identified in a patient at a Los Angeles hospital.
A hospital employee at a medical clinic in Austin reported that she had seen an elderly man who had a cold.
She was able to bring the man into the hospital for a respiratory infection.
A week later, the man’s symptoms improved and he was discharged.
Another hospital employee in Texas said that a nurse there told her