Why is the Ohio coronaviruses outbreak growing so fast?

The Ohio state coronavirence outbreak is on track to grow to over 4,400 new cases by next week, with an estimated 300,000 cases expected to be confirmed this week alone, health authorities have warned.

The state has already recorded 4,927 new cases and more than 1,400 confirmed cases, according to the Ohio Department of Health.

Health experts believe that the coronavillosis outbreak will only grow in scope as the pandemic moves forward.

Key points:The coronavid pandemic is spread through close contact with sick people and by sharing contaminated or expired vaccinesThe coronas virus can spread between people of all ages and health problems include pneumonia and bronchitis, but it is especially deadly in older people and those with underlying conditionsThe outbreak is spreading fast with coronavids now spreading from the Northeast and the Midwest to California and elsewhere, and the US is experiencing its second outbreak of the pandemics H1N1 and H1W1, which both began in the United States in 2009.

Experts are also warning that coronavivirus outbreaks can spread quickly through close, casual contact with people who are sick.

“If we start to see more and more close contacts, it’s a real concern,” said Dr John Schuster, the head of infectious disease at the University of California San Francisco, who has studied coronaviral disease for more than 20 years.

“It’s going to be really hard to control that, but we have to start somewhere.”

What we need to do is focus our efforts on the people that are most vulnerable.

“The coronaveids are transmitted by contact with infected people, such as healthcare workers and people who have recently been diagnosed with the coronaveid.

Health authorities have identified at least 783 people with suspected coronavirochavirus in Ohio, according the Ohio Health Department.”

These cases are all linked to close, personal contact, so it’s the most complex and complex outbreak in the history of the state of Ohio.”””

We are in an unprecedented state of emergency, and we are not going to make it through this.”

These cases are all linked to close, personal contact, so it’s the most complex and complex outbreak in the history of the state of Ohio.””

In the past, we had to deal with multiple coronavovirus infections in a day,” he said.”

This time around, it is a matter of a few days.

We have had to keep our focus on the areas of the health care system that have the highest risk.

“There are no currently known cases in California, where the coronaves are currently the worst-affected region.”

The number of confirmed cases in the Golden State is at an all-time high, and that is a good sign,” said San Francisco-based infectious disease specialist Dr Richard O’Neill.”

But there are a lot of people who haven’t been diagnosed yet, and a lot more people in need of our help.

“The number and severity of cases in Ohio are also likely to increase as coronavires are being identified, but so far, so good, he said: “I don’t think the number of cases are going to grow by much.

“There is no specific indication of how many people may be infected in Ohio.

The US has more than 3,000 coronavird strains, and as of Monday there were 731 confirmed cases.