When the kids come home: Are we really safe from a virus outbreak?
Posted May 09, 2018 14:50:49 The world is getting ready to celebrate the arrival of spring with a few festive events.
However, there is one virus that is still threatening us, and it is causing a real threat to the UK.
Harga Meja, or “White Widow,” is the Spanish word for white.
It is a virus that causes mild symptoms such as fever and chills, but is also highly contagious.
It spreads through bites and skin contact.
The virus has been found in China, South Korea, India, the Philippines and Vietnam.
As of March 29, it was reported in the UK and the US, and currently infects 1.8 million people.
The disease is spread through coughing, sneezing and nasal discharge.
The main symptoms include cough, runny nose, cough and sore throat.
If you’re not familiar with Harga, it is a type of coronavirus, or a virus causing the most severe illness.
The illness can cause shortness of breath and can lead to death.
The World Health Organization has said the UK is the third-highest hotspot of coronivirus in the world, after China and the Philippines.
The UK has been hit hard by the virus, with more than 20,000 cases reported since the beginning of the year.
The WHO said the outbreak is now more severe than the pandemic that began in China in 2003.
The new virus is not linked to the recent outbreak in the Philippines, which is caused by the H5N1 coronaviral strain.