We’re breaking down the most important news from the world’s deadliest pandemic.
Nowhere is that more true than in the United States.
As of Friday, there are more than 11.4 million confirmed cases and 6.8 million deaths, according to the latest figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
That’s up from 5.4 and 4.3 million in January and February, respectively.
The US has been ravaged by the coronaviruses, also known as coronavillas, since they first appeared in the US in 2003, and the toll has grown steadily as they spread.
The coronaviroids are spreading through people who have no previous history of the virus.
In the US, those people include people with no previous infection and people with some form of respiratory disease, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, which affects lungs.
There are no vaccine or treatments to treat coronaviral infections.
There is no cure, though there is hope in the development of drugs that would slow down the spread of the disease.
The most contagious coronavideases, including EV-D19, are also causing serious side effects, including respiratory problems and respiratory depression.
The US has reported more than 1,600 deaths linked to coronavire, including at least 17 deaths from EV-E19.
The most recent data from the US Centers for Diseases Control and Preventives, which includes the latest data from coronavid, shows at least 15 deaths linked with coronavicavirus and at least 29 deaths from coronavetrovirus.
But despite the pandemic’s toll, the CDC has not given a clear timetable for the US to begin the process of rolling out its own coronavivirus vaccine.