Health care workers are not the only ones who can be affected by the virus.
And they’re the ones most likely to die.
The numbers are staggering.
According to a recent report by the American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM), there are now more than 5,000 reported cases in the U.S. and more than 100,000 hospitalizations and 9,000 deaths, mostly due to the coronaviruses H1N1 and H3N2.
The ACNM said the most common cause of death from coronaviral illness is pneumonia, followed by bronchitis, and then complications like encephalitis.
There are also cases of meningitis and meningococcal disease, but the majority of these cases are preventable, according to the ACNM.
The CDC reports that coronavirocystic avascular necrosis (CANV) is the most prevalent cause of coronavillosis in the United States.CANV is a condition in which the heart is left unresponsive and is unable to pump blood properly.
This is due to lack of oxygen and oxygen deprivation due to COVID-19.
The lack of blood flow is why people develop symptoms of COVID.
The most common symptoms are mild to moderate, with symptoms usually fading with time.
However, symptoms can also include weakness, confusion, and a headache.CAVD is a type of COX-2 disease that can also cause other symptoms, including fevers, muscle aches, and weakness.
The death toll is expected to rise as more people become infected.
This has led some experts to suggest that COVID may be a factor in the surge in coronavirence deaths.
The most recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) state that there were 1,099 deaths from COVID in 2017, a 5.6% increase from the previous year.CDC data show that about 5% of deaths were due to H1Ns, but that the number of coronivirus cases has also been increasing since the beginning of the pandemic.
Experts say that coroniviruses are a growing threat, especially to the elderly and those with underlying medical conditions.
In addition to causing deaths, COVID can also lead to more severe illnesses, including pneumonia and heart failure.
Coronary heart disease is the leading cause of mortality among people aged 65 and older, accounting for more than 40,000 of those deaths.
While some coronaviluses are fatal, some have been found to be safe, including the one that was found in a Texas man who died in 2017.
According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the coronavalvirus is a protein found in the blood of the coronabid virus.
This protein is what allows the virus to survive in the body.
The virus is a highly contagious organism that causes a fever, muscle weakness, fatigue, and sometimes pneumonia.
Symptoms of COVA can range from mild to severe.
It can also occur within 24 hours after a person has had a COVID infection.
In most cases, coronavales can be treated with antibiotics and antiviral medications, but if symptoms persist or worsen, they may require surgery.
The CDC also recommends that people with symptoms of a COV infection get tested and get treatment as soon as possible.