A coronaviral case can be found in the hospital, a pharmacy, or a clinic in your region, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The agency said the number of people infected by coronaviruses has increased dramatically in the U.S. over the past several years.
A coronivirus case is defined as someone who has symptoms of coronavirin, the active ingredient in the blood vaccines.
There are 2,819 cases of coronvirus reported in the United States, up from 2,741 in 2017.
The CDC has reported nearly 200,000 new cases in the country in 2017, a jump of 17% from the year before, according the report.
The number of new coronavires has grown even faster in Texas and Arizona.
“The number of cases has increased significantly in Texas, particularly in the first half of 2017,” said David A. Schanzen, an epidemiologist at the CDC.
“In Texas, we have seen a rise in new coronoviruses that have infected at least 8,000 people.”
More than 5 million Americans are now being treated for coronavire, which can cause fever, cough, and other symptoms.
The disease is spread by close contact with infected blood, including coughing or sneezing, coughing and sneezes, coughing, sneezings, and fever.