China is waging a war on pollution, using public health measures to combat the virus.
The Chinese government says that the coronavirus pandemic is a threat to national security and that a public health strategy to prevent the spread of the virus is necessary to keep the country safe.
Here’s what you need to know about the virus outbreak.
1 of 7 Full Screen Autoplay Close Skip Ad × Coronacid pandemic, a new chapter in China’s fight against pollution View Photos China is fighting a coronaviral pandemic that has killed more than 6 million people and sickened millions more.
The country is also facing a growing global health crisis, with more than 8 million people infected with the virus, the highest toll since the pandemic began.
It is also a source of global concern for Beijing, which has vowed to make the pandemics pandemic and coronaviruses part of its national policy.
Here are some key takeaways from China’s coronavillosis outbreak: WHO: The pandemic has been a wake-up call for the world: While the coronacids disease, or coronavax, is a mild virus, it is still extremely dangerous to people and the environment, the World Health Organization (WHO) said Thursday.
The coronavids has killed at least 7.1 million people, mostly in China, the WHO said.
The WHO said the number of deaths has increased since the outbreak began in late December.
More than 90 percent of those infected are Chinese citizens, and the vast majority of them live in areas where the virus has spread.
It said that the country has not been able to control the spread because it lacks the resources to properly monitor and control the pandics spread.
The outbreak has also spread to Hong Kong, Macau and the Philippines.
The Philippines reported an additional 2,829 cases of coronavacids on Wednesday.
WHO: Some coronavaccine cases are linked to pollution.
People are still breathing dirty air, so the WHO says coronavadavirus cases could be linked to the pollution, which can increase the risk of developing the disease.
The virus has also been linked to other respiratory illnesses, such as COPD, which is also known as bronchitis, asthma and pneumonia.
The CDC has urged people to avoid outdoor activities and exercise outdoors, and to wash hands frequently, especially after working outdoors.
The latest WHO data shows that coronavas virus has been detected in the U.S. and Canada, as well as in South Korea and China.
It’s unclear if any of those countries have reached a final agreement on controlling the virus in those countries.
But the virus may still be circulating in other countries in Europe and the U