Today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that the deadly coronavirus virus has killed at least two people and displaced thousands in four states.
In Texas, the death toll stands at 11, and the number of people displaced in the state stands at more than 4,000.
The latest news on the virus is below: Here’s what we know so far about the pandemic:1.
WHO says the outbreak has killed more than 20,000 people and forced more than half a million others to seek refuge abroad.2.
Texas officials say the outbreak is now considered the worst pandemic in U.S. history.3.
More than 1,000 coronaviruses have been identified in the U.K. and Spain, and 1,500 in the Netherlands.4.
The outbreak has infected more than 1.2 million people in 13 countries, with more than 7,000 deaths and more than 10,000 confirmed cases.5.
The U.N. says the virus has now killed more people than all other major epidemics combined, with at least 9 million people living with it.6.
Nearly a million people have been vaccinated in the United States and more people have died.7.
A new coronaviral strain has been identified that could cause severe illness in humans, but no deaths have been linked to it.8.
The virus is believed to be spreading in the environment and in the air.9.
The first cases were found in Texas.10.
At least 1,400 people have tested positive for coronavirs in the UK.11.
At the end of October, officials in Australia confirmed a virus found in pigs and sheep that was linked to at least 11 deaths.12.
At a time of severe economic hardship in parts of Africa, the virus also has killed a young man in Ghana.13.
The disease is also spreading in India, where some 1.5 million people are affected by the virus, with several hundred dead.14.
In addition to the pandemics, the CDC says the coronavivirus is spreading through the food chain, and that a vaccine could be on the horizon.15.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services says the global economy has suffered $1.4 trillion in economic losses, with many of the costs attributable to the outbreak.16.
The CDC says more than 300,000 new cases have been reported in Europe and about 1,800 in Africa.17.
The number of deaths from the virus reached 2,873 in the first four weeks of October.
On Friday, the World Health Organization reported the number had climbed to 2,902.19.
WHO said coronavirois have killed at most 1,908 people and infected more then 1.3 million in the world.
A number of countries have reported at least one confirmed case of the virus.
The world has lost $6.3 billion in the past two weeks because of the pandewes outbreak.
There were more than 40 million people affected by an outbreak that has killed about 1.7 million people and spread the virus across more than 30 countries.23.
The WHO has warned that the disease could spread to the U,S.
in coming weeks, and is urging countries to take all steps necessary to keep their citizens protected.
More deaths have occurred in the Philippines, India, Brazil, South Africa, Colombia and Venezuela.25.
WHO has said it is trying to find out how the virus was transmitted, and to determine who is responsible.
The US Department of Health and Human Services has said the virus may be a new coronacovirus.
The agency said the death rate has reached 8 percent in the US and it is on track to reach a higher number in the coming days.
More infections have been detected in the Middle East and Africa.
Several US states have issued emergency declarations.
The United Nations has declared a public health emergency.
US President Donald Trump has declared an emergency in the Caribbean to fight the coronacivirus.