A major U.S. outbreak of coronavirus has taken hold across California, where beer lovers are dying and breweries are being forced to shut down.
The outbreak has affected more than 200,000 people and is spreading quickly.
The disease is not spreading among humans.
The California Department of Public Health issued a warning on Thursday to Californians who were sickened by Corona-brand beer that they could be exposed to coronaviruses.
The warning comes amid an outbreak of the flu in Los Angeles and San Francisco.
In California, Corona beers are a popular drink among college students and some tourists.
The state has no state-sanctioned coronaviral vaccination program, but the state has a coronaviolosis control strategy.
A spokesperson for Corona said that in the last 24 hours, Corona has received more than 5,000 confirmed cases of coronivirus.
The spokesperson said the company is working to find the source of the virus and is working with state and local authorities to ensure a thorough, thorough and timely response.
The Corona beer strain, known as Corona-A-Go-Go, has not been linked to any illness in California, the spokesperson said.
Corona also said that it will be providing free vaccination to anyone who is sickened from Corona- A-Go.
The company will continue to distribute vaccines and will provide free samples to anyone with questions about the vaccine.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said that people who drink Corona-branded beer should take their health seriously and refrain from drinking it until symptoms are gone.