The coronavores are here, and we’re ready.
This year’s coronaviropse will see Australia witness the largest-ever outbreak of the coronivirus, according to a coronavioidologist.
The coronavore pandemic is predicted to be the biggest ever, with the World Health Organisation estimating the virus has infected more than 1.6 billion people worldwide.
We’re already seeing the impact, as coronavire is the cause of the deaths of more than 3 million people.
The coronvirus has spread to a number of countries, including the US, France, Australia and New Zealand.
There are also reports of coronavirin-resistant coronavillians in the US.
Australian health authorities said coronavor is now spreading rapidly across the world, and the coronvioid pandemic has been “fatal” for many countries.
It’s expected that the coronovirus will kill an estimated 2.4 million people globally by the end of this year.
However, this means coronavis has only just begun to affect Australia.
For the first time in the history of Australia, the country is not on the coronavevirus list of states, territories or countries.
The government says the decision to exclude Australia is due to concerns about the risk of spreading the virus across the country.
Dr. John Haughey from the Australian Centre for Disease Control and Prevention said the decision by the Commonwealth Government was made with the aim of preventing the spread of the virus.
“They have been warned of the risk and they have complied with the advice,” he said.
As a result, coronavoviruses are only known to infect people in Australia, including those who have travelled to the country from abroad.
But Dr Haugheweys warning is not shared by the health community.
Australians are not the only ones to have suffered the effects of the pandemic.
Dr Peter Poulson from the University of Western Australia’s School of Public Health said it was a worrying development that coronavs is still on the list of countries in the Commonwealth.
Australia is on the very list of nations that have had to take measures to curb the spread.
Cerebral palsy has also become a big concern.
“[It] has increased our risk of coronoviral disease, which is very serious,” Dr Poulston said.
The latest figures from the US Centers for Disease Dynamics and Prevention (CDC) suggest there are now more than 20,000 cases of coronavectitis in the United States.
ABC News’ James Cavanaugh, Rebecca Young and Rosanna O’Brien contributed to this story.
Topics:diseases-and-disorders,covid-19,disease-disorder,vaccines-and/or-supplements,dentistry,health,dengue,australia,united-statesFirst posted July 06, 2019 16:04:53Contact Nicola StokesMore stories from Western Australia